What is ​​​​​​​Hosted Learning?

​By contrast to cloud-based services, hosted learning platforms are those that are stored on an institution's servers, providing access to users who can log into the system, and they are typically administrated in-house. Of course, you can contract hosting out to another entity.

The distinct difference between cloud systems and hosted systems isn't whether you self-host, it's whether the system is hosted on discrete servers or on a larger multi-server platform with redundancies that allow it to have an always-online presence without worrying about a single server outage.

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