Category Archives: SaaS

Language Learning, Propelled By Big Data

Language Learning, Propelled By Big Data

Language Learning, Propelled by Big Data The way we communicate has changed drastically since the advent of the web, and that applies to communication in any language, with or without a written script. For example, video calls, which were once the subject matter of sci-fi movies, are now made by millions every day. Innovations in…

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

The idea of providing software to customers for a fee without the need for investments in IT infrastructure or staff has been around for decades. In the 1970s it was called Timesharing. Back then, companies utilized Timesharing services as their primary source of IT applications or as an extension of in-house IT applications, thereby avoiding…

The Ghost Of Cloud Service Past

The Ghost Of Cloud Service Past

The Ghost Of Cloud Service Past My last three Cloudtweaks posts have all been about food. I talked about Cloud Bouillabaisse, the “are you sure button of cloud pizza delivery and finally I’ll have what they are having (not a “When Harry met Sally” reference)”. Today I would like to slide out of food references…

Powering The Internet Of Things

Powering The Internet Of Things

Powering The Internet Of Things The Internet of Things is designed on the premise that sensors can be embedded in everyday object to help monitor and track them. The scope of this is huge – for example, the sensors could monitor and track everything from the structural integrity of bridges and buildings to the health…

Powering Up The Cloud

Powering Up The Cloud

Powering Up The Cloud Battery life has been the biggest problem for almost all smartphone users, but manufacturers have rarely been seen trying to accommodate the user’s needs in this department. A high-end smartphone these days won’t last you a day if your performance is moderate to heavy. This need of smartphone users for more…

Endurance – A New Way To Measure Churn

Endurance – A New Way To Measure Churn

Endurance – A New Way To Measure Churn Being in the Hosting industry for over 15 years, an IPO of any Hosting company always intrigues me. You can always learn more information and get new insights into their business from their Prospectus & Roadshow presentations. I closely watched Endurance presentations, and their claim of “1%…

Cooks And The Cloud

Cooks And The Cloud

Cooks And The Cloud  Bouillabaisse is a French dish that loosely translates to fish stew. Well-made and it is one of the best dinners you will ever have. Poorly made and you will spend the night wishing you hadn’t stopped by the midnight street Bouillabaisse stand. Bouillabaisse is also a fantastic metaphor for cloud computing.…

The Future Of Cloud Based ERP

The Future Of Cloud Based ERP

What does the future look like for ERP in the cloud? It’s a question that everyone involved in this business asks, given that the general changeover from on-premise systems to cloud computing is currently happening more slowly than many had anticipated. But according to some industry watchers, the pace will continue to pick up, and the…