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  • Service Levels of the Cloud

    Service Levels of the Cloud0

    How do you have to imagine “a cloud”? The anatomy of a cloud can be described by a largely accepted (3-level model with the service) levels 1 to 3 – also called service models. On these three levels the cloud services that can be used by the user (“cloud consumer”) are available on: The software-as-a-service

  • Four Lessons all Businesses can Learn From SaaS Success

    Four Lessons all Businesses can Learn From SaaS Success0

    • SaaS
    • November 7, 2020

    The success of SaaS companies is well established and many would like to be so successful but are unable to apply SaaS business models identically. Discover four fundamental qualities that have made the sector successful and that all companies can learn from. Since Salesforce coined the term “Software-as-a-Service” over twenty years ago, the industry has

  • Data-as-a-Service: A Winning Approach to Data Management

    Data-as-a-Service: A Winning Approach to Data Management0

    Focusing on the concept of DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) allows you to better control your data environments and especially to access highly qualified data. In general, companies are looking to be more efficient and reduce costs to boost their profitability. As businesses approach the fall with a lot of skepticism, finding that cost/benefit balance is essential. According

  • Practice of Multi-Cloud Scrutinized

    Practice of Multi-Cloud Scrutinized0

    Multi-cloud environments are now predominantly exploited and the cloud is seen as the strategic trend for the next two to five years. So, beyond the heterogeneous mix of application architectures, what are the challenges and the latest figures to remember? 88% of EMEA organizations operate multi-cloud environments! The EMEA region leading the adoption of multi-cloud

  • SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, What are the Differences?

    SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, What are the Differences?0

    SaaS, IaaS, PaaS what are the differences? These are terms that come up frequently in the IT and cloud computing industry in recent years, but do you really differentiate between these three acronyms? Let’s try to see it a little more clearly. CHOOSE SAAS: SOFTWARE OUTSOURCING The SaaS (software as a service) is a cloud

  • Cloud computing: A modern challenge for IT and administrators (Part1)

    Cloud computing: A modern challenge for IT and administrators (Part1)0

    Cloud computing is ranked as one of the top five by almost all leading analysts Seen IT trends. that are currently transitioning from the speculation phase to the status of practical operational implementation. In the meantime, it is no longer discussed whether cloud computing is even a practicable option for IT sourcing. but rather how


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