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Whispir raises $11.75m to accelerate growth into Asia and beyond
The originally Australian CAaaS company is now stretching its wings as it continues a rapid expansion in Asia and the United States.
Oracle leading the way with SaaS and PaaS, set to hit $2 billion mark
"We believe this will be the second year in a row that Oracle has sold more SaaS and PaaS than any cloud services provider."
Limited number of vendors in hosted private cloud presents opportunity
“The opportunity in private cloud SaaS and BPaaS speaks to the importance of customer choice in cloud deals as hybrid cloud environments expand."
Microsoft AppSource: Increase the reach of your SaaS business apps
One of the key focus areas for us is to ensure that the end user experience is stellar when they discover and try apps from AppSource.
Are you spending too much with your cloud provider?
Cloud-based Windows or a Linux server can cost approximately $1 per hour and even after a year the cost of that server is less than $9,000.
BYOD driving demand for SaaS-based IT security
"The market will grow at a rate of over 22% between now and 2020, with competition intensifying and tremendous growth opportunities for vendors."
Why cloud mobile strategies will beat apps
With worldwide sales of mobile phones still surging, organisations that don’t have a mobile & cloud strategy will be left behind.
Australian Department of Treasury signs off on Expense8 SaaS implementation
The Australian Department of Treasury is the latest to adopt the Expense8 SaaS platform that is steadily being implemented in many departments.
Massey University to transform ICT delivery with Axios partnership
The university utilise Axios’ SaaS-based system, with the aim of enhancing the learning experience for its on-campus & distance-learning communities.
Subscription economy driving significant shift for Aussie businesses
“The survey results highlight the increasing pressure coming to bear on Australian businesses as a direct result of changing consumer demands.
NSW Department of Education kicks off second stage of SaaS roll-out
The NSW DoE is using Expense8 to further streamline employee expenses and extend automation, scalability and user functionality.
Microsoft on charge in SaaS market with 70% revenue growth
Microsoft is on the charge in the SaaS market and is now challenging for leadership in the growth market with Oracle and IBM also making a big play.
Analyst Opinion: Cloud HCM gathers momentum for enterprises
Following customer-facing applications, human capital management (HCM) systems are transitioning rapidly to a cloud-delivered SaaS model.
Riverbed: The traditional approach just won't cut it anymore
“This is where the world is going, and in order to be competitive and grow your business, you need to be thinking about being this type of reseller."
Greentree International gets SaaS-y with new launch
Greentree International has launched a software-as-a-service offering for its business management software.
Why more and more software vendors are going SaaS
Today’s businesses are increasingly utilising Software as a Service (SaaS), creating both opportunities and challenges for the channel.
Are enterprise software agreements a critical foundation for SaaS adoption success?
Consider that the SaaS subscription enterprise deal has the potential to be the last negotiation of it’s kind with any degree of buyer power.
Top five cloud backup and recovery software vendors revealed
IaaS and on-demand cloud providers will significantly boost the global cloud and backup and recovery software market.
Data growth on the rise: IBM jumps in with new cloud storage services
IBM has released new object-based cloud storage services to help customers tackle growing volumes of unstructured data.
Cloud spending to account for half of federal govt IT budget by 2018
Lower price points for cloud services and the changing nature of cloud computing is helping to drive federal government cloud consumption.
Cato Networks looks to solve the network security problem
"The current appliance-based infrastructure can’t keep up and is too expensive and complex to sustain, especially for mid-sized companies."
Blackboard rolls out two new SaaS offerings
"This is a big day for our customers, as it represents the latest step we've taken to provide them with an LMS that is tailored to meet their needs."
Polycom releases cloud-ready collaboration tech
“As visual collaboration enters the hyperconnected phase, employees have high expectations of being able to connect from anywhere, at any time."
Education sector embracing cloud and mobile
“All our major new education customers this year were SaaS deals, signifying that customers are embracing our vision for cloud and mobile."