SaaS might give you more availability, it might cut your capital costs, and it might give you a big empty server room in your basement where you can play ping pong after work, but will it make your business more efficient? That's the question IT Support Manager Geoff Stone asked himself when DORMA UK decided that it would adopt …
SaS has its place..... a small one.
"Will SaaS make you more efficient?"
Only if you don't lose your Internet connection. If you do...you're screwed.
"Only if you don't lose your Internet connection. If you do...you're screwed".
If we all thought like that there wouldn't be aircraft, ships, cars etc. etc. What if............
The majority of SaaS providers will have more secure and resilient environments than most organisations. Obviously this (and other criteria) needs to be checked thoroughly before committing to any SaaS provider.
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