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New technologies reduce the cost of learning for enterprises

New technologies reduce the cost of learning for enterprises

Corey Hynes explains how new technologies are reducing the cost of learning for enterprises 

Caspar Herzberg |

This article first appeared in the Autumn 2017 issue of The Record.

For new professionals in the cloud technology space, one of the drawbacks of the ‘pay to play’ consumption model is the cost of learning.

Trial software and a personal computer allowed for virtually unlimited time learning new technologies and skills. Cloud providers which do not distinguish between fees and registration processes for commercial users versus educational users limit adoption by adding friction to the learning process.

Thankfully, through innovative thinking, companies that specialise in learning are packaging cloud technologies and capacity into predictable, repeatable, cheap and easy to use chunks are solving these problems, and enabling the greater adoption of cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure.

Corey Hynes is the CEO and chief product architect for Learn on Demand Systems

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