Cloud computing and engineering in the academics with its potentialities in iSchools: an eco friendly development
by Prantosh K. Paul; R. Rajesh
International Journal of Enterprise Network Management (IJENM), Vol. 9, No. 1, 2018

Abstract: Cloud computing is a kind of architecture deals with the principles of virtualisation and also promote online computing platform as well as services. Tools of the information technology such as monitor, printers, databases, other applications and packages come under the preview of cloud computing. It is also considered as a cloud platform along with cloud architecture. This helps cost saving due to less software, hardware, and IT packages in the in-house settings. Cloud computing also promotes side by side the online availability. Moreover cloud computing saves initial cost as it is offered by third party and thus seeks no need to connect to the service or cloud provider. In cloud computing, internet plays an important role for converged hardware, software and IT applications. Cloud computing has healthy potentialities in iSchools as such academic units are offered academic programs on information and computing related domains. The paper presented the overview on cloud computing and its features with potentialities of the domain in iSchools and allied branches.

Online publication date: Wed, 23-May-2018

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