Over 500,000 people are set to enrol in UK universities at the end of the summer. These include teenagers leaving college or sixth form, and mature students wanting to further their careers or change their jobs entirely.
In the past few decades computers have become vital for students to complete their work. Currently 98% of students own a computer, this helps them with all forms of uni life including creating course work, organising their schedule and setting up social events. However there are issues students face with computers and we believe CloudLive’s cloud Backup and Sync products can resolve some of them. We have included several key ways to use CloudLive in education below.
Backing up your work
While many people believe the data stored on their computers’ is very important, only a small percentage of users frequently backup their files. Each year 6% of all computer users suffer data loss. This means it’s likely that 2 people in every class of 30 will lose their files in the next 12 months. If you are working on a dissertation or a large project and you lose the files, it could take weeks to re-do the work and in some cases it would be impossible.
CloudLive BackupPro is a simple solution to your problem. The program automatically creates a copy of your files in the cloud and updates the files when you make edits. If your computer is stolen or it breaks, you can simply download your files to a new computer. Plus, if you accidently delete a file on your computer, you have 30 days to download the file from the cloud.
Many university courses ask users to create at least one presentation. Students typically use USB thumb drives to store their presentations. However, it can be difficult to make changes to files at the last minute and USB drives can easily get lost. With CloudLive, users can make changes to their files whenever they choose and can easily access their files from any computer with an internet connection. If you want to be even cleverer, you can access your presentation notes during the presentation by using the CloudLive app or mobile web portal via the browser on your phone.