The The survey of suitability on Cloud Computing implementation at small Private Institution of Higher Learning (Private IHL)

  • Azlinda Abdul Aziz Students
  • Rahayu bt Handan
  • Salyani bt Osman
  • Mohd Nor Rizal
Keywords: Cloud services, Network environment, Data centre

Abstract

Private Institution of Higher Learning (Private IHL) is congested in deciding the solution on cost saving in process of setup and maintaining the network environment. Most of the education institution were not afford to invest in the network infrastructure because it affects the huge cost whereas most of Private IHL are only depends on students’ tuition fees collection. In addition, the Private IHL was suffering in decreasing of a number of students for the past few years. Cloud Services of Data Centre is one of the convenient solutions that given the services that stores the data as a physical unit on the internet. Formerly a few elements must be considered either the network environment is suitable for Private IHL or not. The purpose of this paper is to identify the element that is essential in the aspect of suitability Cloud Services as a Data Centre for Private IHL. As part of the methodology, the success factor elements tested are usage benefits, business needs, cost-saving and security. The analysis showed the elements was needed and considered for Private IHL before it can migrate towards the cloud services as a Data Centre.  Through this study, few elements are needed before selecting the Cloud Services as a Data Centre. Furthermore, it helps the Private IHL in their selection of the network environment and more economical in terms of cost saving.

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Published
2019-10-08
How to Cite
Aziz, A., Handan, R., Osman, S., & Rizal, M. (2019). The The survey of suitability on Cloud Computing implementation at small Private Institution of Higher Learning (Private IHL). Selangor Science & Technology Review (SeSTeR), 3(1), 32-40. Retrieved from http://sester.journals.unisel.edu.my/ojs/index.php/sester/article/view/45