N.Y. schools consider move to the cloud

01/3/2014 | Post-Star (Glens Falls, N.Y.), The

Several school districts in New York are considering a transition to cloud computing, which would allow students and staff to access files through an online portal. One school recently moved to the cloud and officials there say the technology allows students to collaborate on projects using different devices. "It lends itself to doing a lot more collaboration and being able to access your work from more places," principal Tammy Silvernell said.

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