By Michael Krigsman on October 5, 2010
As cloud computing gains mainstream adoption, vendors are jostling for position to gain ownership over the “true meaning of cloud.” It’s a sign the market is growing and maturing.
By R "Ray" Wang on January 25, 2010
Gains In SaaS Adoption Driven By Speed And Cost Savings
Preliminary data from Q4 earnings data show continued traction among SaaS solutions. Expect SaaS deployments to gain steam in 2010 as organizations finalize their SaaS apps strategies to take advantage of 7 key benefits:
Richer user experience – SaaS apps bring Web 2.0 usability to the enterprise [...]
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