I read an article in yesterday's Dominion Post titled 'Small firms need to get heads in a cloud'. The article starts:
'A survey of small businesses in New Zealand has shown a "surprising" degree of ignorance about cloud computing technologies available for businesses.' (click here to read the full article)
I would argue that 'small businesses' could be replaced with the word 'schools' in the article. I recently attended the Interface Magazine Expo Day in Palmerston North. In a straw poll raise of hands, a vast majority of attendees signaled that cloud computing was something that they hadn't yet introduced in their schools.
The good news is, it's never to late to start. The bad news is, if schools don't start soon a large number of students will be as ignorant as their teachers!