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Datacastle RED provides endpoint data protection

To learn more about IBM Cloud, visit http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/us/en/iaas.html Datacastle RED on IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ is a comprehensive endpo...
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How Can We Build A School In The Cloud? - Sugata Mitra's TED Talk

How Can We Build A School In The Cloud? - Sugata Mitra's TED Talk | Cloud news | Scoop.it
I have made several posts concerning cloud-based eLearning. It is more than obvious to me that the Future of eLearning is in the Cloud. However, how can we design a school in the Cloud where children can explore and learning for each other?

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Christopher Pappas's curator insight, May 28, 2013 8:13 AM

How Can We Build A School In The Cloud? - Sugata Mitra's TED Talk

 

I have made several posts concerning cloud-based eLearning. It is more than obvious to me that the Future of eLearning is in the Cloud. However, how can we design a school in the Cloud where children can explore and learning for each other?

 

http://elearningindustry.com/how-can-we-build-a-school-in-the-cloud-sugata-mitra-ted-talk

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Who Gets Into Accelerators? Persistent Men With SaaS Apps, Says ...

Who Gets Into Accelerators? Persistent Men With SaaS Apps, Says ... | Cloud news | Scoop.it
What kind of startups get into Accelerators? Well, according to new research, it's startups with around 2-3 founders, most male, often SaaS platforms and ones who are persistent, applying for at least two programs.
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Customer Service for SaaS Companies and why it Matters

Customer Service for SaaS Companies and why it Matters | Cloud news | Scoop.it
Remember, customers can forgive you for a faulty product, but will not forgive you for failure to provide support.

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AslamB's curator insight, October 9, 2013 3:18 AM

Remember, customers can forgive you for a faulty product, but will not forgive you for failure to provide support.