Course Details

941: Introduction to the Cloud

July 10-14
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

We use it every day, but we’re not sure what it means. The Cloud has slowly become part of our lives and touches much of the technology we use today. You can’t understand the world of your children and grandchildren unless you spend some time exploring the Cloud. During this five-session study group, we will use lectures and demonstrations to examine the terminology that explains the mechanics of how the Cloud functions. We will review the major players that dominate the Cloud such as Google, Apple, and Microsoft. We will also review the primary applications that are being used such as file storage, music and video streaming, and how to stay safe while using the Cloud. THIS IN-PERSON COURSE IS BEING RECORDED FOR JULY SHORTS REGISTRANTS.

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Class Type: Lecture and Discussion

Class Format: In-Person

Hours of Reading: Less than 1 hour/session

Study Group Leader(s):

Victor Rezmovic

Victor Rezmovic, PhD, is a technology educator who has spent the last 30 years in academic, corporate, and government settings. He currently teaches cyber security at Montgomery College.