Cloud Computing Utilization For E-Learning Pharmaceutical System
Dr. Mohammed F. Al Ajmi, Shakir Khan, Irfan Khan
Index Terms: Cloud computing, E-learning, Mobile learning, Project management, Project supervision
Abstract: Cloud computing is rising speedily with applications in approximately any area, together with pharmaceutical education. E-learning systems generally need several hardware and software resources. There are a lot of educational institutions that cannot have the funds for such investments and cloud computing is the most excellent answer for this. This paper provides the optimistic impact of using cloud computing architectures based on e-learning system development. It spotlights on the payback of cloud computing for e-learning solutions and the e-learning development organization confronts when this architecture is utilized.
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