More schools find cloud computing a good fit

10/22/2013 | EdTech magazine online

A growing number of K-12 school districts nationwide are adopting cloud computing as a solution to reducing personnel and management costs related to wireless networks while also serving schools' technology needs. "Because cloud is providing a management as a service ­framework, charges can be based on episodes or incidents, not ­burdened by a mammoth capital cost," said Tom Nolle, president and founder of CIMI, a networking consultancy.

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