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Dark Side of SaaS (Part 3)

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a buzzword in enterprise IT. With the rise of cloud technologies, businesses can now “rent” software and pay on a subscription basis instead of purchasing expensive perpetual licenses. Moreover, SaaS software enjoys constant updates and is less dependent on expensive on-premise equipment. Large IT corporations such as Oracle, Microsoft and Adobe are moving their …

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Dark Side of SaaS (Part 1)

  The concept of SaaS (Software as a Service) is still relatively new in replacing the traditional practice of perpetual licensing in the enterprise, but it has already made a huge impact on the way IT teams operate across the world. Companies like Google, Salesforce, and Microsoft have trail blazed changes to software licensing options and delivery methods that have …

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Dark Side of SaaS (Part 2)

SaaS (Software as a Service) has been making waves in the enterprise world of IT. Major software vendors like Microsoft, Adobe, and Oracle are rapidly shifting their primary models of licensing from the legacy “perpetual” model over to the SaaS model. To explain the difference between perpetual licensing and SaaS, imagine we are getting a car. In this scenario we …