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SAAS (Software as a Service)
SaaS removes the need for
organizations to install and run applications on their own computers or in
their own data centers.
This eliminates the expense of hardware acquisition, provisioning, and
maintenance, as well as software licensing, installation, and support.
Other benefits of the SaaS model include:
payments: Rather than purchasing software to install, or additional
hardware to support it, customers subscribe to a SaaS offering. Generally,
they pay for this service monthly using a pay-as-you-go model.
Transitioning costs to a recurring operating expense allows many
businesses to exercise better and more predictable budgeting. Users can
also terminate SaaS offerings at any time to stop those recurring costs.
- Scalable usage:
Cloud services like SaaS offer high vertical scalability, which gives
customers the option to access more, or fewer, services or features on-demand.
updates: Rather than purchasing new software, customers can rely on a
SaaS provider to automatically perform updates and patch management. This
further reduces the burden on in-house IT staff.
and persistence: Since SaaS applications are delivered over the
Internet, users can access them from any Internet-enabled device and
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