Category Archives: SaaS

Cloud Tools To Help Develop Your Business Startup

Cloud Tools To Help Develop Your Business Startup

Useful Business Startup Tools Cloud tools and the cloud market are evolving from a focus on technology to solution-specific instruments with practical objectives. Ten years ago, businesses were run almost entirely from local office computers with files and documents being emailed forward or handed over on CDs. Today, for every task that once was bound to…

Hybridization: The Executive Roundtable

Hybridization: The Executive Roundtable

Hybridization When discussing migration to the cloud, the use of hybrid cloud and all other cloud-related issues, people generally place the focus on the technology itself. What sometimes gets overlooked is the group of individuals who are — or at least, should be — responsible for the precise and successful integration of cloud into a…

Does Slack Live Up To The Hype?

Does Slack Live Up To The Hype?

Does Slack Live Up to the Hype? Slack’s the definition of a business success story. In just a couple years, it’s evolved from a gaming company’s internal communication tool to a globally used platform that was last valued at $2.8 billion. The popular collaboration tool, dubbed “social media for business,” first made an appearance on…

Key Insights: The Future of Mobile Commerce

Key Insights: The Future of Mobile Commerce

The Future of Mobile Commerce Today, mobile is ingrained into our daily lifestyles. From communication to commerce, transactions are instantaneous – and continue to become even more convenient. Here, we’ll take a look at the latest mobile innovations as well as predictions for where mobile is headed in years to come. M-Commerce in 2016 Mobile…

Startups Soaring With The Cloud

Startups Soaring With The Cloud

Startup Cloud Boom In 2015, the cloud was primarily used by large and mid-level organizations for mission-critical workloads, but this year it’s entrenching itself with startups and driving transformation. In India, currently boasting 2.75 million developers, and second only to the US’s 3.6 million developers, startups are reportedly adopting IBM Cloud to expand their businesses…

Cloud Startups To Watch In 2016

Cloud Startups To Watch In 2016

Cloud Startups To Watch China Equity Group spin-off Cocoon Networks’ has recently launched a new $715 million investment fund specifically for European startups, and with their track record in cloud computing and biotech investments, 2016 could be shaping up positively for cloud computing startups. The fund aims to invest in startups covering fintech, biotech, and…

From Startup To Becoming Enterprise Grade

From Startup To Becoming Enterprise Grade

Becoming Enterprise Grade How can an emerging business make a successful transition from selling to SMB customers that fueled their early growth to the enterprise customers that enable long-term profitability? What works with SMB customers often won’t get you a seat at the enterprise table. To make deep inroads into enterprise accounts, you have to…

Fade To Black – SaaS Streaming Site Netflix Fights Proxy Users

Fade To Black – SaaS Streaming Site Netflix Fights Proxy Users

Netflix Fights Proxy Users Video-streaming service provider Netflix Inc said subscribers will, in a few weeks, no longer be able to use proxies to watch content not available in their home country. Subscribers often resort to proxies, or servers that facilitate access to content that is not locally available, to access Netflix’s popular shows such…

Digital Marketing Hubs And The Cloud

Digital Marketing Hubs And The Cloud

Digital Market Hubs Gartner’s recently released research, Magic Quadrant for Digital Marketing Hubs, recognizes the big four marketing cloud vendors as leaders, but also points to many challengers. Adobe, Marketo, Oracle, and Salesforce inhabit the leader’s block of the Magic Quadrant, reflecting both their growing capabilities as well as marketing technology platform scopes. Gartner believes…

Cloud Traffic Growth And Content as a Service (CaaS)

Cloud Traffic Growth And Content as a Service (CaaS)

Content as a Service (CaaS) Content as a Service (CaaS) is a relatively new take on content management systems (CMS). While traditional web content management systems like Drupal and WordPress offer one-stop-shop solutions for both creating websites and managing content, CaaS service providers narrow their focus to pure content management, disregarding the output channels such…