DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4mwjr9/social_studies) has announced the addition of the "Social Studies & Education Report: Cloud Computing through Mobile in Education" report to their offering.
Internet has brought revolution in the field of information and communication technology. Wireless Communication has introduced hand-held cordless devices like mobile. Mobile has added many feathers in its cap. It is handling vital applications related to day-to-day affairs in real life situations. Laptops have seen remarkable growths in recent past. Its mobility and compactness overpassed the euphoria of decentralized desktop computing. Broad-band and high band connectivity has led to reversal of the decentralized processing. Rather than creating decentralized infrastructure, it is preferable to have high power secured centralized processing system such as cloud computing.
In this report, it is attempted to deal the practical aspect of cloud computing, its architecture and its applications through mobile computing. This work will attempt in order to replace laptop by mobile. A deep study will be attempted to use Next Generation Network along with Wireless Communication. Huge load on internet has put a great challenge on bandwidth which forced us to ponder beyond the internet. Next Generation Network may come up with a satisfactory solution.
Cloud Computing with present state-of-art of mobile architecture may revolutionize its applications in the field of education. It may be attempted to solve educational problems of students through their mobile using clouding computing. An attempt may be made to design to have USB port in mobile system. This may lead to direct storage in pen drive through mobile.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Cloud Computing
3. Next Generation Network Architecture
4. Wireless Technology
5. Mobile Computing and Mobile-Commerce
6. Computing Education through Mobile
7. Conclusions and Recommendations
8. Directions for future work
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