What does your business need to consider when adopting SaaS?

Of all public cloud services, Software as a Service — or SaaS — is the offering with the biggest potential. It truly is IT-as-a-utility, like water from the tap or power from a socket. SaaS applications provide end users with standardized functionality. They don’t require any involvement of the IT department. And every so often new features are […]

Is SaaS simply the ‘cloudification’ of apps?

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Some may view a transition to Software as a Service (SaaS) as simply the “cloudification” of applications. But in many cases, SaaS delivers richer, more relevant features and functions than packaged applications, while also presenting an opportunity to restructure and eliminate gaps. SaaS is software that is owned, delivered and managed remotely over a network. […]

These 4 factors should guide your SaaS implementation

IDC  predicts  that in 2017, 25 percent of Software as a Service (SaaS) implementation projects won’t meet cost-savings goals, while 12.5 percent won’t meet key business goals. With more than $37 billion expected to be spent globally on SaaS in 2016 and even more expected in 2017, the cost of failure is staggering. For startups with a limited […]

What’s driving business to Oracle cloud?

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Moving to the cloud is no longer an option but a necessity. Traditional ERP simply does not offer and cannot leverage digital technologies at a rapid enough pace to accommodate innovation in the marketplace. In a recent APQC survey, 76% of business leaders said their current ERP system is unacceptable due to a lack of […]

LibreOffice finally making it to the cloud

LibreOffice is the best free and open-source standalone office suite. But these days, people like their office suites on the cloud, not on their PCs. Just look at the success of Google Docs and Office 365 and you’ll see what I mean. Since 2011, LibreOffice has been trying to make a software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud version. Finally, […]