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Sofware As A Service

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#1 sed


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Posted 11 October 2006 - 01:49 PM

I hope you all know enough about SaaS.SaaS is a new technology used in many websites.It means you don't have to buy a software and install it on your own computer and you can just execute the software from a remote server.It is obvious it can be helpful for networks.For example if they want to protect their computers against viruses, they need an AntiVirus.In fact they use this antivirus in specific times.Besides they don't know when it is updated.Therefore SaaS is the best options for them.Imagine you don't need to buy a software and can pay less money for a software ,although you can't install it on your computer.
Now what do you expect about this technology?What do you think about its future?Can it be successful.
I myself agree with it because ...

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#2 gini


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Posted 11 October 2006 - 02:33 PM

no wonder its a great technology, but question remains the same "TRUST"???
to whom should we trust ?
2nd, there is also a matter of speed and a long waiting time until the active x control is installed and run on your pc.
btw. remote execution is not a very new idea. isn't it so???

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Posted 12 October 2006 - 11:37 AM

The problem with SASS is that it is useless unless you are connected to it or are on-line. Secondly, you are absolutely tied to any upgrades or "enhancements" rolled out, whether these are needed by you or not, and you are balled and chained to applications that might be sold to another company, or disappear altogether.
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