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The Delivery of Enabling Software as a Service

Source: Quocirca Ltd
In the context of delivering applications as a service, the enabling software layer also needs to be delivered as a service. While there are a number of benefits to this model, there are also concerns preventing organizations from adopting it. All things considered, however, there is evidence that delivery of software as a service is a positive step to take.


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