Cloud Computing System for Education

ปิยะ ถิรพันธุ์เมธี, พัลลภ พิริยะสุรวงศ์


At present, institutions have applied information technology as a tool in different kinds of jobs. However, the investment in information system may cause the problem about its value. Cloud Computing is one of the internet services gathering necessary resource with consistent system which is the service from Infrastructure as a Service: IaaS, Platform as a Service: PaaS to Software as a Service: SaaS. In addition, Cloud Computing has flexibility in adjusting the traits of computing depending on user’s needs in various contexts. The expenditure is also calculated up to the authentic use which lets the institutions apply Cloud Computing as an administrative and maintenance tool to save their own budget.


Cloud Computing, Education

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