Edtech innovators are hosting and scaling learning platforms and tools using cloud providers other than AWS, Google, or Microsoft Azure, allowing universities to reach educators and students worldwide cost-effectively. In addition, cost-conscious universities are turning to alternative cloud providers for infrastructure that keeps their institutions online and scales without worrying about contracts or unpredictable expenses.
Whether you need unique infrastructure for a project or you’re part of the team that serves the higher education market, technology choices can make or break learning outcomes and the overall livelihood of higher education institutions and the companies that serve them.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how:
- Colleges and universities balance legacy data storage, expand and reduce infrastructure overhead, and find more core infrastructure products and services with alternative cloud providers.
- Edtech companies offer solutions to education problems by taking a free and open approach to content and technologies.
- A cloud vendor could react quickly to increased demand during the pandemic and project volatility from higher education institutions and educational technology providers.