10 years ago, if you were told you needed to think about adopting cloud computing technologies, you might well just have dismissed it as pie in the sky stuff. These days, you’re hard pushed to avoid it. As Bob Dylan tells it, “The times they are a-changin’.”
As many of the leading vendors race towards cloud-only (never mind cloud-first!) delivery for their vital business applications, it really is time to sit up and take notice
Software-as-a-Service is, or SaaS for short, is fast becoming the technology of choice for many businesses in place of traditional on-premises software.
There’s a good reason for that too as confidence is high, there’s continuing growth and access has never been easier due to faster connectivity. Therefore we’re starting to see several SaaS software solutions catching the media buzz – SaaS examples including CRM systems, Business Intelligence, customer experience management and so on
Using ‘the Cloud’ is a phrase you’ve likely heard banded around blogs, TV adverts, at the office and probably over the local park. It’s becoming a familiar term. With a number of cloud computing disadvantages and advantages, you may be keen to understand what the benefits of cloud computing are to you and your business. That’s why we have put together a helpful guide to give you a steer in the right direction.What is cloud computing
Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services via the internet