Join our interactive video session with Nextcloud experts Mikaela Schneider, Roxana Bocancea and Fyruz Wahid to learn why many Educational institutes are moving away from Big Tech collaboration platforms like Google Drive and Microsoft 365 to Nextcloud. They discuss the challenges these big platforms offer for educational organizations need and evaluation criteria for selecting collaboration platform, the future of and requirement of a collaboration platform in the Education sector, and how on-premises, open source solutions can help Universities, schools and research institutes stay in control of their data, and costs.
Expert Talk: How Nextcloud enables Educational institutes to collaborate for managing projects, tasks, and processes anytime, anywhere on any device
Join us for interactive Expert Talk session
Sign up for the free Expert Talk session on Thursday, 15th December 2022 at 15.00 hrs to learn about the privacy challenges Universities, research institutes and schools face, and how Nextcloud can solve them.
- Date: Thursday, 15th December 2022
- Time: 3:00 PM (CET)
In this session you will learn about
In this session we will cover the following topics:
- What is a collaboration platform and why educational organizations use it
- What are the privacy and legal concerns with Big Tech solutions
- Why Nextcloud such a popular collaboration platform for Educational institutes
- Existing customers and roadmap of Nextcloud in the Education sector
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded in the past year, it necessitated a range of unprecedented social isolation and safety measures, and barely any aspect of daily life was left unaffected. One area which has certainly seen considerable changes as a result of COVID-19 is the education sector. When schools and universities around the world were forced to close their doors to prevent its spread, alternative methods and technologies had to be adopted almost overnight. Online learning became an urgent necessity, rather than an option. Many organizations moved to public cloud solutions, but the privacy and compliance problems with these quickly became apparent and many regretted the hasty decisions made.
Luckily, there are solutions. Nextcloud offers a modern, easy to use content collaboration platform accessible through mobile, desktop, and web interfaces. Students, teachers, and researchers can collaborate in real time on documents, chat and engage in video calls, access their email or plan meetings in calendars. As a pure software vendor, Nextcloud does not force customers to host in its data centers but works with a variety of leading partners to provide SaaS or on-premises solutions. Join our Expert talk session that focuses on the need and necessity of collaboration platforms in the Education sector.