Who is this class for: The course is targeted at the middle to senior management level and addresses the business issues of legacy organizations moving to the cloud. It will also be relevant for anyone with an interest in learning what an organization moving to the cloud needs to be aware of. You don't have to be of any particular personal or professional background to benefit from this course explicitly, but having some basic undergraduate study experience will be helpful to your learning (particularly if in a business, IT or a commerce related field).

Created by:  The University of Melbourne

  • Rod Dilnutt

    Taught by:  Rod Dilnutt, Dr

    Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne

  • Sara Cullen

    Taught by:  Sara Cullen, Dr

    Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
Commitment6 weeks of study, 3-4 hours/week
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 72 ratings

Learning a lot!!

The course is comprehensive and relevant, covering cloud computing, including the technology, applications and change management. It has good content on the current and forecast trends, as well as the service offerings that are applicable to Australian industry, business, and government. From the top university in Australia - University of Melbourne.

Great course with useful tips. Historical perspectives and current real-world situations were discussed. Relevant processes and principles were mentioned and analyzed. Various topical guides were offered to students. The presenters were very knowledgeable and discussed the benefits and drawbacks of different scenarios.