Advantages of cloud computing in education

| December 8, 2019

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There are tons of advantages of cloud computing in education. Not only small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups increasingly rely on cloud services, but also large and established businesses are increasingly taking advantage of new opportunities and thus improving their economic position. We must understand that the fourth industrial revolution is above all a social, economic, educational and technological revolution that changes the way of life of societies, as is the beginning of capitalism with the so-called first industrial revolution.

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