Online education portals like Udacity and Coursera are really changing the world of remote learning in significant ways. By making free and high quality education accessible to a global audience, these platforms are opening up undreamt of possibilities for communities around the world to improve, grow, and prosper in the digital economy of the 21st century. Education at top tier colleges and universities has traditionally been a social and economic privilege, but now anyone can join in the learning revolution by sitting in virtual classrooms with the world’s best and brightest educators. Whether this involves learning how to code and build smart phone apps, or starting up a new business, or learning about public health literacy, the sky is the limit of what’s now possible.

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Paid Monitor Review in

Recently we saw review about Paid Monitor in, which is probably one of the best Hosting Guides on the web, we copied the beginning of the review, the rest you can find on

Here it is:

“Keeping track of the status of your servers can be something that keeps you up worrying at night. With Paid Monitor monitoring services however, you can rest assured that your servers, site traffic, rankings and overall performance are being tracked. IT monitoring is high on demand and whether you run a small e-shop or a multi-site empire, Paid Monitor’ professional web monitoring and management services may be a useful addition to your toolbox. If anything, a simple way for you to monitor your web hosting provider. On the market since 2007, Paid Monitor is already trusted by companies like Acer, BMW, Arizona State University and many more. With an easy sign up process and a devoted customer services team, choosing and setting up Paid Monitor various service packages is fairly straight forward as well. Divided into two plans, Paid Monitor services comes with external monitoring, internal monitoring, transaction monitoring and traffic watches, each plan differing in volume.” Read More

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