Part 1 of 3: Reap Rewards with SaaS
Plugged-in, those are good words to use to describe the landscape of today’s business world. It is critical to the business world that technology be, not only accessible, but immediately available. These features are the backbone of cloud computing. Cloud computing has been soaring over and filling the technology atmosphere, and is becoming a dominating factor as more and more users understand and utilize its abilities, opportunities and strengths.
This is the first part of a 3-part series that CyberTrails is publishing regarding cloud computing. The series will explore: software as a service application, platform as a service application and infrastructure as a service application. Software as a service application is simple software that is deployed over the internet. Facebook, Gmail and SharePoint are a few examples of software deployed via the internet. Applications are hosted by a vendor or a service provider and are available to any client with a WiFi or an internet connection.
The term software as a service or SaaSis considered to be under the umbrella of cloud computing, along with infrastructure as a service or IaaS and also platform as a service orPaaS.Software as a service application is sometimes referred to as on-demand software and has, in one way or another, been incorporated into the direction and approach of all leading enterprise software companies.
A company that sets up its business with a SaaS model will reap many benefits. SaaS provides easier administration access, your software will never fall behind because updates are automatic and patch management is applied. When all users are utilizing the same software versions, you never have to worry about the issue of compatibility; collaboration can then be seamless. Saas empowers your company with global accessibility; just another way that CyberTrails keeps you plugged-in and takes your business to the clouds.
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