It’s been 12 months since lockdown became our reality. Every aspect of our life has been influenced. Almost every educational institution has faced unprecedented disruption as the pandemic brought them online much earlier than planned.
As a result, the edtech sector grew 72% last year, mostly driven by cloud computing. At its core, cloud computing refers to the remote execution of workloads using fully managed computing resources over the Internet. These resources consist primarily of computing power and data storage that can run any type of computer system.
Although cloud computing has traditionally not been tied to the education sector, it helped keep the education market going during the pandemic.
1. It opened teaching materials to the masses
One of the biggest challenges faced by institutions was making teaching materials available to students. Since the libraries have been closed since March last year and there are no more face-to-face classes, many students have difficulty …