A Descriptive Study on Applicability and Adoptability of Cloud Computing Based Technology in the Global Education ScenarioAuthor : K. C. Shiva Shankar and G. T. Jagadeesha
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 122-126
Technology Transformation has given an added advantage among the service providers of the educational institutions to provide unique services to their stakeholders in terms of quality delivery. At the same time, these technological introductions certainly have helped individual learners towards learning and at the same time, institututional stake holders got benefited in multiple ways by certainly enhancing their day to day operations in a most effective and efficient way by the adoption of advent technological sources. The Introduction and adaptation of advanced technology has abruptly raised the quality level of delivering educational services. Due to technological advancement, stakeholders could be benefited through early adoption and also they could be able to bring out the best of it. Technological advancement and usage certainly brings more benefits to the educational institutions by building up such a brand value. Here, in this research paper, the researcher tries postulates the major importance of technology and its need into field of education. Cloud Computing Technology Based Model, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data are those advanced technology had been widely used in different dimensions of the education and in return it provides higher satisfaction and greater flexibility to all of its stakeholders.
Cloud Computing Technology, Educational Institutions, Technological Transformation
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