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Learning heads into the Cloud at LT2010


Delegates at next year’s Learning Technologies 2010 will be introduced to the concept of ‘learning in the Cloud’ – a major trend for L&D next year.

After a lot of hype and plenty of false starts, cloud computing is finally coming. With widely available broadband and web 2.0 applications, the cloud is set to hit headlines in 2010. With the promise to 'virtualise' IT, company data and applications will soon be accessed via the internet.
Stuart Lauchlan, a freelance journalist and respected voice in cloud computing, will be speaking about how cloud computing will impact on organisational learning and development with session highlights. Including the implications, security and available applications for L&D.
"Stuart Lauchlan has charted the development of cloud computing over the last ten years and reported on many significant 'cloud' businesses,” said Donald H Taylor, Learning Technologies 2010 conference chair. “His session at the forthcoming Learning Technologies conference on what cloud computing means for learning departments is a must-see session for all learning professionals."
There are more than forty insightful sessions for learning professionals at Learning Technologies 2010. The complete Learning Technologies Conference programme is now online along with full conference and speakers details, booking information and the available discounts. 

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