This week we explore the changing concept of SaaS when combined with other services such as analytics, logistics, big data, CRM and even OS.
This article by Bernard Marr is a real eye opener, covering the latest developments when SaaS meets big data opportunities and clarifying the needs of future corporation when it comes for comprehensive real time big data analytics.
Segueing from our last topic about big data, DHL decided to create an in-house team to develop their own SaaS solution to upload supply chain network data to provide a real-time view of risk. Read this interesting article by Margi Murphy.
Windows as a Service – that’ll be the day, or will it? The company hasn’t really explained exactly how that will play out with future versions of Windows. According to Brian Jackson, that might be because there won’t really be any future major versions of Windows in the foreseeable future.
According to this interesting article by Carol Hildebrand, in a digital world where SaaS inevitably meets PaaS, cloud based companies must prepare to further integrate the products they make into a cross platform viable solution.
SaaS is a part of technological progress; and no new technology comes without its problems. In this article, I’ve outlined 3 SaaS problems and how to avoid them.