An article released by the Guardian online, looks at school servers going forward as the cloud comes in and replaces it…
The idea of the ”server-less school” has been around ever since the cloud floated into view some years ago. It’s not difficult to see the attraction. Keeping a school’s technology resources running and up-to-date is a demanding and expensive business.
Typically, it requires a dedicated space, ideally air-conditioned, housing a number of power-hungry servers that have to be bought or leased, maintained and ultimately replaced. Add the essential cost of technical support and you end up with a major budget heading. Attempting to economise risks breakdowns, frustrated teachers and major expenditure further down the line.
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