Monthly Archives: April 2012
Cloud computing is gaining in mainstream popularity, and that interest isn’t expected to slow down anytime soon, however a new era is on the horizon as web hosting and cloud computing provider Rackspace partners with several big names in technology in an effort to standardize the cloud. The company has teamed up with NASA, among other big name partners, to create an open source cloud computing system named OpenStack, which is made up of tried and tested code that Rackspace already uses for its Cloud Servers and Cloud Files. Additionally, some code from the NASA Nebula Cloud Platform is also being used in this project.
Open source cloud software will allow individuals and companies to create their own products, which will help to standardize the cloud. Standardization will make it easier for applications and software programs to work together and help to prevent cloud lock-in. Allowing customers to choose, and freely change, their cloud providers …
Many individuals wish they could advance or finish their education without the need of taking the everyday routine of rising early, preparing and rushing just to avoid being late in school. But their dreams are hindered by the fact that they must attend the normal schooling or else they will not be able to get proper education and succeed in their selected endeavors. Right?
Not anymore: since e-Learning, or remote education, is getting increasingly more popular as an alternative to conventional schools.
What is e-Learning?
E-learning stands for electronic learning wherein students attend classes on-line that are handled by an online instructor too. The introduction of this alternative means of schooling is making it much easier for millions of modern folks to resume their education.
It is also a great options since while studying the student has freedom to do other chores as long as he can focus with the lessons.
Education at reduced …