An empirical study of potentials of adoption of grid computing as a vehicle for tertiary institutions collaboration

@article{Uzoka2012AnES,
  title={An empirical study of potentials of adoption of grid computing as a vehicle for tertiary institutions collaboration},
  author={Faith-Michael E. Uzoka and Boluwaji A. Akinnuwesi and Stephen Olatunde Olabiyisi and Alabi Demilade},
  journal={IJBIS},
  year={2012},
  volume={10},
  pages={245-263}
}
  • Faith-Michael E. Uzoka, Boluwaji A. Akinnuwesi, +1 author Alabi Demilade
  • Published in IJBIS 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Grid computing is emerging as the foundation upon which virtual collaborations can be built among large organisations with the aim of integrating and sharing computer resources, and thus offering performance and resource availability, which is unattainable by any single institutional technology resources. With the level of increase in the number of tertiary institutions in Africa, and the attendant shortage of basic information technology resources, the use of grid computing for collaboration… CONTINUE READING

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