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 …
My personal data center has been up and running, non-stop, since Flag Day. No, it's not all in one place. It's geographically diverse, living on six continents. It's also OS, hardware, network, and software diverse. I have redundancy fitted everywhere I can fit it. Overkill for a home system? Probably. But as a research platform, it's (mostly) tax deductible.
I guess you could call it a "private cloud", if you insist ... but I shun the entire "cloud"meme as a dumbed-down, marketing-speak variation of what is really what modern networking is capable of.
Third parties are NOT necessary for diverse data storage. Why anyone depends upon them is beyond me ...
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SaaS is described as software applications deployed as a hosted service and accessed over the Internet via a standard web browser. This can include basic IIS or Apache software, but typically Software as a Service means delivering business applications, including collaboration software and line-of-business applications
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