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posted in September 2007
Larry Ellison Says 'Just Say No to SaaS'
Commentary  |  9/25/2007  | 
Well, it had to happen. Somebody who sells enterprise software had to push back on SaaS. In this case it was Oracle's Larry Ellison. Ellison told financial analysts in a quarterly earnings call last week that Oracle hasn't participated in the software-as-a-service trend because there's no money to be made there.
Is Government Finally Moving Toward SaaS?
Commentary  |  9/13/2007  | 
Government and SaaS have not mixed due to three major concerns: First, governments consider their business processes to be very specialized. Thus, neither packaged applications nor SaaS-delivered applications can meet their expectations. Second, they see their security needs as going well beyond what SaaS can offer... Finally, there is a clear control issue... they want to hug their servers.


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