Applications for kindergarten distance learning classes require two things. They need some sort of device, like a laptop, tablet or smartphone. They also need access to the internet, whether via broadband, a mobile network or an ethernet connection.
But, as educators are all too aware, the better the network connection, the more seamless the experience. Having the processing power and network data to support taking and sharing videos and streaming online lessons is a must. Education providers might want to upgrade their network provision to business-grade wireless connectivity or a dedicated internet service that offers greater reliability and bandwidth at an affordable cost.
The cloud is, by now, a standard part of remote teaching; many popular remote learning applications are cloud-based. Cloud services can help schools provide easy access to remote resources without needing to increase on-site network capacity.