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J Clarey Cloud Computing


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  • PresentationLearning in the Cloud: What CLOs Should Know About Cloud ComputingCloud computing offers new opportunities to enhance workplace learning and can be an attractive solution for many organizations with an applicationthat runs in a data center or with a hosted provider. Cloud computing can eliminate the need to purchase, run, and maintain hardware, service,and application platforms.* When should you consider using a cloud solution?* What problems might you encounter when implementing cloud computing?* What can cloud computing do for workplace learning? 
  • Early drawings of networks show messages coming in one side and out the other.
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  • The younger generation doesn’t see the cloud. They see air. There is no special place to go. It’s invisible.
  • Scalability
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    • 1. Janet Clarey Brandon Hall Research Associate In the Cloud clo summit Château Élan Winery and Resort Braselton, GA April 11-13, 2010 a marcusevans event
    • 2. I don’t care what’s “up there” so long as it works. – eLearning Guru Jay Cross on cloud computing, Web 2.0 Expo
    • 3. Network as cloud WWW as cloud Social cloud
    • 4. Circa 1998
    • 5. Device
    • 6. Device
    • 7. Cloud computing n. Leveraging 3rd party computing capability over the network to cut costs, increase scale, improve agility, and access best practices.
    • 8. Product Innovation Curve Peaking technologies Ascending Maturing technologies technologies Developing ? Declining technologies technologies
    • 9. The Big Picture Training Technologies (1996) Peaking technologies Text Only Internet Ascending Maturing technologies technologies Compact Discs CBT Web 1.0 Overheads Developing Declining technologies technologies
    • 10. The Big Picture Training Technologies (2006) Peaking technologies Web 1.0 Ascending Maturing technologies technologies Web 2.0/Clouds Compact Discs Robotics/Agents Text Only Internet Developing technologies Declining technologies
    • 11. The Big Picture Training Technologies (2010) Peaking technologies Web 2.0 / Clouds Ascending Maturing technologies technologies Robotics/Agents Web 1.0 Collective Learning Compact Discs Developing technologies Declining technologies
    • 12. When should you consider using a cloud solution?
    • 13. What problems might you encounter when implementing cloud computing?
    • 14. What can cloud computing do for workplace learning?
    • 15. Most valuable skill you’ve learned NOT through a course or seminar.
    • 16. Learning is an integral and inseparable aspect of social practice. – Lave & Wenger, 1991
    • 17. New Tools to Support Learning
    • 18. What you want, when you want it. As opposed to everything you could ever want, even when you don’t. -Marissa Mayer, V.P. Google
    • 19. Tags: How you think of things CC-licensed image by LuluP: Slide: Dave Ferguson