Tag: Situational Applications

Situational Applications

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17th January

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud computing are often referred to as ‘on-demand’ services. Yet, in many cases these web-based solutions must be procured for a minimum timeframe, can take time to deploy, and cannot be terminated immediately when their task is done.

In response to these shortcomings, a new array of ‘situational applications’ are emerging. Jonathan Sapir of SilverTree Systems has become an advocate of these situational applications and has created a website which promotes them called, Power in the Cloud.

Jonathan invited me to contribute a guest post to the blog on his site about the business implications of situational applications which you can find here…

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