Did you know that software can represent more than 20% of a company’s IT budget? And thousands or even millions of dollars can go down the drain through spending on underutilized licenses or as fines for non-compliance? Despite these financial ramifications, many companies struggle with a rudimentary and fragmented approach …
There has been a lot of discussion regarding the ebb and flow of advanced cloud computing adoption among companies, despite the fact that the technology has already reached a certain level of maturity in the market.
Software-as-a-Service has been the most popular component of cloud computing since the market first began to gain notoriety, and all signs point to this segment holding on to the largest share for years to come.
Applications are everywhere. As some experts have affirmed, a smartphone would not be all that intelligent without the software it is powered by, a computer would have fewer functions if apps were absent and gamification would be virtually impossible from the technology angle without these tools.
This is the second part of an ongoing series on Platform-as-a-Service in which we discuss the importance of the cloud-based technology solution. PaaS is a breakthrough service, and we will keep you posted on its evolution in the marketplace over time.
This is the first part of an ongoing series on Platform-as-a-Service in which we discuss the importance of the cloud-based technology solution. PaaS is a breakthrough service, and we will keep you posted on its evolution in the marketplace over time.
The cloud computing market has been among the most rapidly expanding and exciting ones to watch in the United States, as more companies from virtually every industry adopt the technology for a variety of purposes.
While PaaS solutions are gaining momentum, decision-makers must take the time to build a strategy before adopting the technology.
Software-as-a-Service has undoubtedly been the most popular and common type of cloud computing used by organizations in various industries, as well as among consumers, in the past 10 years.
Companies using the cloud have more ways to differentiate themselves from competitors.