Today at the Heartland eLearning conference, participants in my “No Edit Audio Recording” workshop discussed cloud computing. We recorded our thoughts using the free iOS app Cinch.

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One Response to Why is cloud computing significant for college faculty?

  1. EmilHarden says:

    The concern we have is with the confidentiality of the cloud options when it comes to sharing information relating to students. Google Docs. Dropbox. Evernote. Etc. Which are secure? Do any meet HIPAA regulations for confidentiality?

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