Cloud making its way into the classroom

Cloud computing has understandably been all the rage within corporate communities, but it is also gaining popularity in education, CloudTweaks reported.

Some teachers are incorporating Google Drive into lesson plans and homework assignments, and are finding that it is a good way to make the classroom a more efficient place of learning.

Such uses of the cloud causes students to have exposure to the cloud earlier than before, and has positive implications on the future of cloud technology.

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