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Infographic: Private Cloud Computing

by News Editor

August 31, 2011

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by News Editor

August 31, 2011

“72% of respondents stated that cloud services have improved end-user experience.”

Private cloud computing serves individual organizations, whether managed internally or by a third party and hosted internally or externally. Benefits include substantial cost savings, improved performance, and improved user experience. Applications include eLearning. edCetra Training has released this infographic, summarizing the essential facts you need to know.

Click the image below to see the full infographic. Be sure to read the TweetChat announcement below the jump.

Learning in the cloud (TweetChat)

edCetra Training will begin hosting a monthly TweetChat about learning in the cloud on Wednesday, September 7th at 12pm EST, using the hashtag #clouduc8 (pronounced “cloud-ucate”).

Topics of the #clouduc8 TweetChat will include cloud-based tools and technologies, evolution of learning in the cloud, content curation, semantic languages for describing learning, design and development of Web-based learning, using XML, etc. The overall focus is on learning about new technologies and applying them to new models of learning and learners.

What’s a TweetChat?

A TweetChat is a focused conversation on Twitter, generally lasting about an hour but sometimes longer. You will need a Twitter account to participate, and you need to know the hashtag for the TweetChat (in this case, it’s #clouduc8). Use a Twitter client, such as Tweetdeck, or an online site, such as Tweetchat.com, that will continuously update the conversation as it proceeds. Respond to other participants by entering your comments as a tweet. If you are taking part manually, make sure to include the hashtag at the end of each comment (TweetChat does this automatically for you). If you want to respond to a specific person, use their Twitter handle (for example, @edcetra) in the tweet.

TweetChats are a rapid stream of comments, and can be a little bewildering at first, but jump in and take part, and you’ll be a pro in no time!


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