Cloud Computing Is Redefining The Education Industry!

| December 2, 2019

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Today, the benefits of cloud computing are being recognized in educational industries around the world. Most of the corporations are using a cloud-based application to reduce IT costs, increase accessibility, and allow more flexibility to customize their products.  The global Cloud Computing market, which was $272 billion in 2018, is estimated to grow at a whopping 18% CAGR to $623.3 billion by 2023.

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Global Talent Track

Set up in 2008, Global Talent Track (GTT) is a venture funded by Intel Capital and Cisco Systems and is driven by the cause of 'Making India Employable'.GTT is proud to partner with institutions to deliver solutions in three areas: Corporate training, programmes driven by Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) and Talent Resourcing and Development. We have partnered with over 2000 Education Institutions and Government bodies to enable students become employable and bridge the gap in their employability.

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Article | March 3, 2020

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Making remote learning effective and engaging with Microsoft Education resources

Article | March 12, 2020

In the weeks since the COVID-19 outbreak first hit China, our education customers in the region have done amazing things to keep students learning while they transition to learning remotely. From eLearning innovations to keeping students’ spirits high with photo and cooking challenges, teachers and students have shown extraordinary resilience during this difficult time. Now, as countries around the world take steps to contain the virus, many schools and universities globally are moving classes online. However, teaching and learning from home is a big change for most students and Educators. Without a physical classroom, how can you check that students are engaged and progressing? How do Educators and faculty stay connected?

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Global Talent Track

Set up in 2008, Global Talent Track (GTT) is a venture funded by Intel Capital and Cisco Systems and is driven by the cause of 'Making India Employable'.GTT is proud to partner with institutions to deliver solutions in three areas: Corporate training, programmes driven by Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) and Talent Resourcing and Development. We have partnered with over 2000 Education Institutions and Government bodies to enable students become employable and bridge the gap in their employability.

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