Learning ecosystems are a big buzzword in L&D at the moment, but not everyone agrees on what they are and why they’re important. In this blog, we delve into what an integrated learning ecosystem is and why an LMS is a vital part of a thriving ecosystem.
In biology, an ecosystem refers to a community of organisms that interact with one another in a shared environment. In the world of technology and learning, an ecosystem is not so different.
According to Harvard Business School, an IT ecosystem is “the network of organizations that drives the creation and delivery of information technology products and services.” These days, establishing an ecosystem out of your IT infrastructure involves making every component work as a well-oiled machine.
Each individual element of your architecture – the hardware, the software, and the services – should work together, and speak to each other, even if every piece of equipment and software comes from a different vendor.
NetDimensions has made considerable investments in Amazon Web Services (AWS) which leads the market in security and reliability. The benefits for customers include enhanced disaster recovery and backup, as well as streamlined automated processes and monitoring. This blog explains more.
This blog looks at the differences between single-tenant LMS systems and multi-tenant LMS systems and why NetDimensions’ solution is more secure.
As you switch out your legacy LMS for a cloud-based LMS solution, you must investigate the real estate and terrain that comes with every offering. Everyone has different needs and expectations when it comes to the place we call ‘home’ – and the same goes for an organization’s network infrastructure (or learning program ‘homes’).
Much like brick-and-mortar construction, the process of configuring cloud software architecture starts with careful planning. For most organizations, it becomes prohibitively expensive to alter blueprints once basic elements are in place. A good place to start in choosing your cloud-based LMS is deciding between a multi-tenant or a single-tenant solution.
Our latest webinar featured Scott Tompkins, NetDimensions’ Mobile Development Manager, and Garfield Bolt, NetDimensions’ Inside Sales Representative, providing their insights on the role of mobile devices in an effective eLearning strategy.
Since you can pretty much count on all your employees owning some form of portable technology, it’s important that they have the ability to access eLearning on their preferred mobile device. If you haven’t already, it’s time to shift your focus to an LMS with mobile capability.