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Cloud solution to educational organization

  1. 1. International Conference on CURRENT REALITY AND EMERGING TRENDS IN GLOBAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES„ JANUARY 11 - 13, 2013 Cloud solution to Educational Organization Sub theme: Information & Communication TechnologyIC/IT/422/125 1
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  3. 3. Lets talk why ?1. The current reality of Educational Organization2. Emerging trends in the field of IT3. Cloud and its features4. Raising up to global standards IC/IT/422/125 3
  4. 4. Level of Management – in educational organization• Top level: BOD, Principal, HOD;• Middle level: Teaching, non-teaching staff, parents/guardian;• Bottom level: Students and guests. IC/IT/422/125 4
  5. 5. Flow of system •Browse organization information portal •Apply for unique ID I •FAQ, App demos and other documentation •Browse Applications / use them •Generate and maintain logs •Guardian / incharge / self notifications II •Applications management and parameter setting •SMS operations •Notification management IIIIC/IT/422/125 5
  6. 6. Introducing glossary• GURUKUL, (Management Information System)• MIS card, Campus profiler, Campus money, Public Transit,• Campus drive, Campus resource mgt., Campus knowledge• management, Personal Assistant, Google App Engine (GAE),• Two way authentication, One Time Password (OTP), Global• positioning system (GPS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS),• Software as a Service (SaaS), IC/IT/422/125 6
  7. 7. Operational division and use graph IC/IT/422/125 7
  8. 8. System architectureIC/IT/422/125 8
  9. 9. Cost division per implementationIC/IT/422/125 9
  10. 10. Tracking Expenditure • Size of organization ( total head count) o SMS o Resources consumed – hits , instances, data stored and shared o Additional storage and services • Uniform Resource Locator – Domain Registration • Internet connectivity charges IC/IT/422/125 10
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  12. 12. References:1. Omer Rashid, Paul Coulton, Reuben Edwards, Andrew Fisher, Robert Thompson,”Mobile Information Systems Providing Estimated Time of Arrival for Public Transport Users” Department of Communication Systems Lancaster University Lancaster UK2. Jalal Kawash, Christo El Morr, WissamCharaf, and HamzaTaha, “building mobile virtual communities for public transport awareness” Department of Computer Science American University of Sharjah P.O. Box 2666, Sharjah, UAE3. S.BermanV.Katoma “An e learning framework based on semantic weblogs”, Computer Science Department University of Cape Town Cape Town, South Africa4. Mohammed AlZomaiAudunJøsang Adrian McCullagh, “Strengthening SMS-Based Authentication through Usability”, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Australia and fa.mccullagh, FadiAloul, Syed Zahidi “Two Factor Authentication Using Mobile Phones”, Department of Computer Science & Engineering American University of Sharjah, UAE {faloul, b00017408}@aus.edu6. Zhang Guoli “The Applied Research of Cloud Computing Platform Architecture In the E- Learning Area”, School of Electronic Information Engineering Liaoning Technical University Hu Ludao, Liaoning e-mail: zgl_lesli@126.com7. Ramesh Jain “Micro-blogging Sentiment Detection by Collaborative Online Learning”, School of Information and Computer Sciences University of California Irvine CA 92697 jain@ics.uci.edu8. ZHANG Jia-Gui “Research Online college learning platform based on cloud computing”, Jinhua Vocation and Technology College Jinhua China IC/IT/422/125 12
  13. 13. Thank you ! Any Questions ???IC/IT/422/125 13