There’s been a lot of talk in the past few years about why chief information officers are becoming irrelevant.
Corporate developers provision their own stuff. Department heads sign up for their own software services. 563 more words
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In the world of enterprise IT and high-end business computing, the idea of delivering software as a service is relatively old news. 839 more words
So, when Oracle begins talking about its cloud strategy again, perhaps as soon as Wednesday’s earnings call or at next week’s cloud computing update, it will probably speak a bit more about its planned infrastructure as a service which is basically compute and storage resources rented by the hour. 502 more words
All the growth hacking techniques I see are always for SAAS (software as a service) which is of no use to most of use, especially me as I run a design agency, so thought I’d take some techniques and “hack” them even more to help me and anyone selling a service. 974 more words