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What’s Up with xTuple-and Open Source ERP?
You may be wondering how the open-source ERP vendor xTuple operating with a workforce of only 27 can compete on the same stage with the software giants. Find

saas covering open source  a customer-favoring phenomenon than SaaS and cloud, which is at least partially driven by a new generation of vendor lock-in objectives. We''ll embrace the cloud more fully, of course, with our 4.0 product—but we''ll do it, once again, in a way that will disrupt the incumbent competitors. So, to answer your question, we''re looking to continue to grow the company, and in the long run, to significantly change the rules of enterprise software. We want what people currently call ERP and CRM to be as easy and Read More...
E-mail Clustering and Cloud E-mail Services
There has been a lot of buzz about the new cloud computing paradigm. But can cloud computing offer the same benefits as clustering? Find out more in a

saas covering open source  cluster, cross-platform, cross-architecture and SaaS ready, the move towards cloud computing represents the next logical step in the future of this technology. About the Author: Ciprian Negrila is a member of the Professional Services team at Gecad Technologies, vendor of the AXIGEN Mail Server. As part of this department, he is a full time Consultant and Solution Architect for ongoing integration projects; he is also the author and co-author of numerous articles and white-papers on clustering and email Read More...
Wrapping Up FOSS Predictions for 2010 with a Look Back
I love end of year predictions. Whether they''re right or wrong is one thing, but it''s valuable to imagine various scenarios of what might happen. Taking the

saas covering open source  to the increase in SaaS availability, which was shown to sidestep some of the traditional source code distribution requirements. Finally, most interesting to me is his comment that By 2012, at least 70% of the revenue from commercial OSS will come from vendor-centric projects with dual-license business models... This is may [sic] true today but the lack of revenue among broader market OSS products compared to Linux isn’t large enough yet to make this one a done deal... I think this may reveal Read More...
The New and the Noteworthy: 2008 Vendor Wrap-up
2008 seemed to be the year for mergers and acquisitions (M@As) in the world of enterprise software—with companies like Oracle picking up Primavera Software’s

saas covering open source  TrueComp is available through SaaS delivery and can be easily integrated with key sales systems. While Callidus is currently providing software and services to larger enterprises, one of its goals for 2009 is to expand into the mid market and small to medium enterprises (SMEs). One last service that I just have to mention is Callidus’ TrueConnect Customer Community. This is an online community forum, where people can meet to exchange their expertise, ideas, and give advice. There are currently 240 Read More...
An ERP Vendor, with its Powerful Parent Backing, Tackles Software as a Service
Glovia hopes to become a manufacturing service platform that will connect and integrate various business systems that user companies currently use. The vendor''s

saas covering open source  with the above depicted SaaS principles). This also creates more platform independence, since Glovia has long supported a wide range of platforms covering UNIX , Linux , and Microsoft Windows , but only supports the Oracle database, which is a possible downside (and becomes moot in the SaaS model). The only third-party products that Glovia resells are those of Interstage , which is a Fujitsu infrastructure suite that provides a workflow management module, a high-volume application server, and other Read More...
Software-as-a-service Overview
The software-as-a-service platform enables users to access software applications anytime, from anywhere, via an Internet browser. A SaaS business model enables

saas covering open source  an Internet browser. A SaaS business model enables companies to purchase business software on a monthly subscription basis, and eliminate the need for servers or on-staff support personnel. This fact sheet gives you a quick run-down of what SaaS is, what kind of company it’s best suited for, and why. Read More...
Get Greener with SaaS-based ERP
To sustain the environment, manufacturing companies initially focused on the greening of the facilities and the materials used, but now are reviewing core

saas covering open source  Greener with SaaS-based ERP To sustain the environment, manufacturing companies initially focused on the greening of the facilities and the materials used, but now are reviewing core processes. Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions help manufacturers get greener by reducing energy consumption, paper and supply usage, and carbon emissions. See how an industry-leading SaaS-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can help you get greener. Read More...
A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the

saas covering open source  first to offer on-demand SaaS solutions from the ground up (starting with the basics). However, xTuple scoffs at both vendors; OpenMFG was, according to xTuple''s CEO, SaaS-compliant back in 2004. As for the dilemma about multi-tenant, SaaS, on-demand versus single-tenant, on-premise deployment (and whether any model will ultimately win, or if there will be some coexistence down the track), xTuple thinks it should all come down to customer choice. New technologies and paradigms rarely replace the old Read More...
Inprise/Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code
In a move which will challenge other database vendors to open-source their SQL databases, Inprise/Borland Corporation has announced it is releasing the source

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Microsoft''s Open Source Licenses
This post is not an oxymoron. The Open Source Initiative recently approved two Microsoft licenses (the Microsoft Reciprocal License and the Microsoft Public

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SaaS Realities-Business Benefits for Small and Midsized Business
Software as a service (SaaS) is a highly-touted model for acquiring, using, and paying for business functionality and is widely adopted for a variety of

saas covering open source  technology, and improved operations—that SaaS provides to small and midsized businesses and shows research with small and midsized business users. Read More...
SaaS versus Traditional ITAM Tools: How the Hosted Approach Delivers Greater Value
The differences between on-demand applications (also known as software as a service, or SaaS) and on-premise solutions mean that stronger benefits can be

saas covering open source  versus Traditional ITAM Tools: How the Hosted Approach Delivers Greater Value The differences between on-demand applications (also known as software as a service, or SaaS) and on-premise solutions mean that stronger benefits can be achieved with a SaaS-based system. On-demand solutions are far more cost-effective than their on-premise counterparts—statistics show that the total cost of ownership (TCO) for an on-premise solution over the first three years is 60 to 200 percent higher. Find out more. Read More...
Single Source or Best of Breed - The Debate Continues
This will never be a clear-cut decision - it is all about the trade-offs.

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Aberdeen Research Brief: Web Security in the Cloud-More Secure! More Compliant! Less Expensive!
This paper compares on-premise versus software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted solutions for Web security. Through the comparison, you can see that there is research

saas covering open source  is undecided about the SaaS model, this is a must-read. Read More...
Leveraging the SaaS Model for Business Benefits of ISVs
The SaaS delivery model promises the consumer a pay-per-use model for consuming software without any up-front capital expenditure in terms of buying the license

saas covering open source  the SaaS Model for Business Benefits of ISVs The SaaS delivery model promises the consumer a pay-per-use model for consuming software without any up-front capital expenditure in terms of buying the license and infrastructure, and without the overhead of maintaining the infrastructure necessary to run the software. That said, there are three levels of SaaS maturity among ISVs. Download this white paper to learn about the shortcomings and merits of each SaaS maturity level. Read More...

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