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The Risks & Rewards of SaaS Customer Relationship Management
Risks and Rewards of SaaS CRM As part of his presentation at Gitex Dubai, CRM search blogger Chuck Schaeffer delivered "The Risks and Rewards of Software as a Service CRM" as an evaluation and decision framework for business executives and IT buyers to compare and contrast the most important factors and differences of on-premise and on-demand customer relationship management software systems.
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Cloud Computing: A Layered Approach to IT Services
Cloud Computing Layers Rick compares the IT acceptance and market growth of cloud services while breaking out cloud computing layers such as software as a service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and managed services. Putting aside the market hype, there is plenty of opportunity and due diligence for business and IT buyers considering a cloud computing strategy.
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Cloud Computing and the Risks for Security Breaches
Cloud Security Just the thought of security breaches can cause executives to shudder, and approach cloud computing with great trepidation. However, to truly understand the information security exposure and risks associated with the cloud, a deeper examination is required. Here we flush out the facts and analyze the pros and cons of cloud security. More ...
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SaaS vs. On-Premise: Which CRM Solution is Better For Your Company?
SaaS v On Premise CRM The Cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS) continue their upward market growth, however, are clearly not the best technology solutions for all companies. Referencing research from analyst firm Info-Tech, this article highlights benefits of the SaaS delivery model adn identifies specific criteria to help determine whether on premise CRM software or SaaS CRM is better suited to your company's objectives.
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Clouds Forecasted
Cloud Forecast IDC's cloud computing forecast suggests that one-third of all digital information will pass through the cloud by 2020. Cloud computing continues a natural evolution from in-house data centers and the prior era of shared computing services, however, with new benefits in the forms of flexible contracts, utility based billing, self provisioning of services, on-demand scalability and cost savings.
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