Daticum donates cloud servers for online class rooms

COVID-19 news continues to dominate the headlines, and realistically this will be the case for months to come.

With the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing is becoming policy for educational organizations, their employees, and students. The severe outbreak has forced schools and universities to close and send students home. As most of the public and private organizations, schools assessed what measures can be undertaken to support their students, and decided to move into online education. It is online learning’s big moment, that education is about to be revamped, just as much as the industries that are moving to remote work to cope with the emergency.

Even more, securing an IT infrastructure that allows students to access their files safely from home is critical to keeping the learning process uninterrupted. As a big technology company, Sirma has always trying to support Bulgarian universities and schools. Now, in this hard situation, we couldn’t stay passive when it comes to our children’s education. We have donated cloud servers (thanks to our subsidiary Daticum and its outstanding cloud IaaS platform) to our partners from AdminSoft, the organization that has opened for free online video classrooms in its web-platform AdminPlus to help the education of students in such difficult times. All AdminPlus users can work with and use the video classrooms free of charge.

AdminPlus is a web-based platform consisting of separate modules, with different functionalities, serving the school administration.