Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Thursday, July 9, 2020
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SaaS

Cost Savings Benefits of Financing SaaS Solutions
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Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is becoming the option of choice for organizations looking for the accessibility and versatility of software solutions without the need to rely on installing and running applications ...Full Article

Software Investments Propel IT Spending

Enterprise software and infrastructure services continue to fuel the growth of global IT spending to levels not seen in a decade, according a new spending forecast. Gartner Inc. report ...Full Article

Enterprise Software, AI Driving Global IT Spending

Spending on enterprise software is projected to jump by a healthy 9.5 percent in the coming year as demand is stimulated by software services platforms, according to a new ...Full Article

How to Finance a SaaS Solution
Sponsored Content by IBM

The way clients order and pay for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions continues to evolve. While many SaaS offerings are available on a month-to-month basis, most enterprise deals offer a discount ...Full Article

Software Woes Seen Fueling ‘Low-Code’ Approach

Access to enterprise software via the cloud or other services platforms may be booming, but the quality of code promoted as a way of streamlining daily operations falls far ...Full Article

Hybrid Cloud Dominates as Storage Challenges Mount

The steady enterprise migration to cloud services has users looking beyond the evident advantages of hybrid cloud approaches to consider the importance of attributes such as cloud storage scaling ...Full Article

Safety Hazard SaaS for Auto Industry Tracks Millions of Cars Under Recall on the Roads

On the roads today are tens of millions of cars – including yours, possibly – that are ticking time bombs. Since the year 2000, Americans have driven some 63 ...Full Article

Cloud Adoption Rises, Server Sales Flat

While global server shipments remained roughly flat during the second quarter, cloud services are expected to billow this year on the strength of growing infrastructure and application software services. ...Full Article

Steady Shift in Enterprise Workloads to Cloud

An estimated 41 percent of enterprise workloads are currently running in public and private clouds, a total that is expected to rise to 60 percent over the next two ...Full Article

‘Cloud Shift’ Gains Momentum, Spending Surge Seen

So-called "cloud first" strategies are expected to propel IT spending over the next five years as more enterprises transform themselves into digital businesses, a new forecast predicts. In a ...Full Article
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