Executive Resources

Digital Signage in the Cloud

Source: Omnivex Corporation
With the growing popularity of the cloud, the concept of software as a service (SaaS)–based digital signage platforms has been gaining traction, depending on the nature of the business and the degree of control needed over the data. This paper covers the fundamentals of cloud computing and on-premise hosting models to help users determine the type of digital signage deployment best suited to their business needs.



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