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With more educational businesses being absorbed into the university's information management system, the traditional information management platform seems unable to provide an effective service for teaching and research. Then some universities resort to the cloud computing platform. In view of the pro - problems still existing in the traditional information platform, this study presented the information man - our enterprise framework was developed with cloud technology, and introduced security techniques to protect it


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O’rinov Nodirbek Toxirjonovich, Medatov Asilbek Abduvaliyevich, & Djuraboyev Maqsudbek Karimbek o‘g‘li. (2021). Creation and Security of the Cloud Platform for Educational Technologies. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL THEORY AND COMPUTER SCIENCES, 2(3), 1-9. Retrieved from


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