Content tagged with SaaS - posted in May 2007 - InformationWeek
Content tagged with SaaS
posted in May 2007
US Government Not Hot on SaaS
Commentary  |  5/29/2007  | 
A recent Red Herring article By Eydie Cubarrubia… came to the conclusion that: "On-demand software isn't so hot in the government sector."… I'm tracking with this as well. In my recent dealings with the government, there does not seem to be an interest in SaaS. Why? Well, the government agencies feel that SaaS does not relate to them because of security concerns and, most of all, that their long procurement processes don't lead toward SaaS.
Here Comes Salesforce SOA
Commentary  |  5/23/2007  | 
I've been blogging about the "platform on-demand" space for a while now, clearly a destination for many SaaS players, with leading the way. Indeed, Salesforce has been cobbling together an offering for some time now under the "Apex" brand. This week at its Salesforce Developer Conference the company announced it has added enough features to now offer Salesforce SOA, or SOA on-demand… I've always said that SaaS and SOA are linked concepts, now is proving me rig
How to Survive the SaaS-Hype Hangover
Commentary  |  5/15/2007  | 
Truth be told, there is SaaS everything these days, including pet management on demand, SaaS-delivered engineering systems, and, my all-time favorite, SaaS applications that track other SaaS applications. Indeed, it's difficult to find a software startup that doesn't have a SaaS strategy or that's not an "all in" SaaS player. So, is this a bad thing? Well, it can be.
Software as a Service Is Not Easy… No Kidding!
Commentary  |  5/8/2007  | 
You can't just subscribe to SaaS and hope for the best. You have to consider it as part of the overall IT strategy, and thus part of the core architecture. Many who miss that fact end up doing "catch-up football," trying to use data that exists within SaaS applications. It's much easier to do it before your SaaS application takes off rathar than after - when it's like changing tires on a moving vehicle.

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