This week's Educause conference featured a debate between Melissa Woo, director of cyberinfrastructure at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Michael Dieckmann, chief information officer at the University of West Florida, about the need for cloud computing in higher education. Woo argued concerns about reliability and privacy should give educators pause, while Dieckmann pointed to increased efficiency and cost savings as reasons for schools to adopt clouds.

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