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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

  • 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

  • SaaS mode: what is it?

    SaaS mode: what is it?0

    Still unknown to most companies ten years ago, SaaS ( Software as a Service ) is today an integral part of the IT landscape, and more precisely of software, and its place is only growing for the benefit of on-premise software. The turnover of the software as a service sector increased by 10% between 2017