The COVID-19 pandemic has had a positive impact on the e-learning industry. To keep the learning process running, schools, universities and other educational institutions turned to technology. Cloud computing has played a big role in adopting distance education practices.
According to statistics, the e-learning market is expected to reach $319 billion by 2029.
How does the cloud empower online learning?
High network traffic and the load on servers created by multiple simultaneous connections to learning material put a tremendous load on the infrastructure. Cloud service providers help solve this problem by providing Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
Cloud hosting offers high availability and fault tolerance, the option of recovery in the event of infrastructure overload.
Students can access learning materials over the Internet without the need to buy and install any software. They can share content, interact with teachers, participate in discussions, etc. regardless of their location. With cloud-based software teachers can hold classes online, deliver courses to students from anywhere.
Cloud hosting providers ensure the security, privacy, and confidentiality of information. In many cases, data is encrypted during transmission. The student and teacher’s information is protected from any breach.
Both learners and educational organizations can save money. This is the best part about cloud computing. Providers deliver services on a Pay-as-you-go pricing model, which reduces additional service overhead. This allows educational institutions to pay only for what they have consumed.
Cloud solutions are the driving force that has changed the traditional learning process. Cloud4U is already helping businesses to deal with server load spikes and create a more cost-effective solution. We offer a convenient cloud platform that can get what you need up and running in seconds. Our services are available 24x7 with an uptime guarantee.