Category: Software as a service (SaaS)

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

The state of cloud computing in 2020

June 8, 2020

Via: Computerworld

Cloud computing is much more than a limitless expanse of servers and software you pay to use over the internet. The cloud has become a metaphor for modern computing itself, where everything is a service – which can connect and […]

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

NextCloud gets bigger and better with Nextcloud Hub 19

June 4, 2020

Via: ZDnet

I’ve used Nextcloud, a great open-source Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud, for years on both my own on-premise and shared servers. It works well, it’s simple to set up, and it does the main job of replacing public cloud storage services such […]

Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

VMware, Dell add heft to on-prem cloud service

May 20, 2020

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

Aiming to help customers handle growing on-premises workloads, VMware and Dell EMC have bolstered their co-developed cloud software. First introduced in 2018, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is intended to help enterpise customers move on-premises infrastructure and workloads to the […]

Global Cloud, Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Microsoft’s last major Windows Terminal preview: Azure Cloud Shell, Settings updates

April 23, 2020

Via: ZDnet

Microsoft’s team behind Windows Terminal has released version 0.11 of the open-source command-line tool for developers who use Command Prompt, PowerShell, and the Windows 10 Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This version will be the “last major update before the […]

Global Cloud, Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Are you overengineering your cloud apps?

April 3, 2020

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

Those of us who owned motorcycles over the years know that a “bone stock” bike won’t be stock for long. It’s common to replace the exhaust system with aftermarket, much louder pipes. Also, the seat is often swapped out for […]

Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Cloud-Based Financial Software Reinforces the 80/20 Rule of Business Management

March 19, 2020

Via: Cloud Tweaks

Small businesses are known for being innovative and customer-focused in a way that their larger competitors cannot. This transforms into a significant advantage. In fact, the ability for smaller businesses to provide a memorable and positive customer experience is central […]

Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud, Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Surviving the Cloud Migration Journey

March 13, 2020

Via: CompareTheCloud

The preferred model – at least in concept – is a hybrid network. A successful migration to a hybrid cloud architecture will enable you to keep your bespoke legacy applications and secure your most sensitive data on-premise. At the same […]

Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

General Catalyst’s Quentin Clark gets specific on SaaS, cloud maturity and startup valuations

March 5, 2020

Via: Tech Crunch

General Catalyst, a well-known venture capital firm with at least $1.4 billion in funds raised over time, has backed Hubspot, Jet, Ping Identity, and Kayak over the years. And General Catalyst isn’t slowing down, taking part in ten known rounds […]

Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

SaaS kicks off 2020 with an extra billion in VC funding as round count halves

February 10, 2020

Via: Tech Crunch

The venture capital world is investing more capital into software-as-a-service companies (SaaS), despite cutting the number of deals it executes within the startup category, according to Crunchbase data. The results echo other venture data we’ve explored recently, including a look […]

Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Driving innovation for connected cars using IBM Cloud

February 4, 2020

Via: Thoughts on Cloud

Cars have always been built for travel, but the experience of driving has changed dramatically over the last few decades. Today’s connected cars are not only equipped with seamless internet, but usually have a wireless local area network (WLAN) that […]