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Dell is going to buy privately held Everdream Corporation, a nine-year-old ISV that does agent-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for remote-service management or at least it will 'when all the closing conditions are met,' it said. Terms were not disclosed. Everdream is based...
Capitalizing on the growth in SaaS solutions, Capgemini has announced services that support the adoption of Google Apps Premier Edition by large-scale enterprises. Partnering with Google enables Capgemini extends its portfolio of desktop solutions, enabling it to support more client em...
Private JVM Java Hosting provider, WebAppCabaret, has announced a number of new Java Hosting plans. The company is moving beyond the traditional Private JVM Java Hosting to offer additional value-added services. One of their new services is their one-of-a-kind Java SaaS (Software-as-a-...
OpSource, the SaaS delivery experts and Scio Consulting, a provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS)-related software development and consulting services, announced that the two firms have formed a partnership designed to accelerate the adoption of the on-demand delivery model by softwa...
A start-up called Zonbu started peddling a small router-size Gentoo Linux-based consumer PC pre-loaded with a swat of free or open source applications and games, stuff like the OpenOffice suite, the Firefox web browser, Skype's VoIP and the Acrobat Reader. Users can't install any appli...
Zoho, one of those off-brand online office applications wannabes that dreams of putting Microsoft out of business and heading off Google, has put some of its free widgetry on Facebook, the social networking site, via a Facebook-embedded widget, a move that might prove to be quite cleve...
Bill Gates' replacement Ray Ozzie on whose shoulders the company's future rests, the guy who has to dig Microsoft out of the Internet hole it finds itself it and at all costs salvage the client, started this week to try to redefine SaaS, software-as-a-service, as 'software and a servic...
Lumen Software, a leading provider of commercial open source Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and portal solutions, today announced its flagship platform, Lumenation, and the Lumenation Software Development Kit (SDK), are available immediately for free download. The products give PHP and ...
Hot Banana Software, Inc., a provider of Web content management for marketing, has announced that its Software as a Service (SaaS) hosted offering enabled Versa Management Systems, Inc., to relaunch its Web site in less than six weeks.
Servoy BV, a leading provider of development and deployment tools for SaaS vendors and a 'silver sponsor' of the upcoming AJAXWorld Conference & Expo, announced the Servoy 3.1 release of its flagship product with enhanced Software as a Service (SaaS) functionality; as well as adding Mu...
Microsoft has today made SaaS architectural guidance available through a sample application, aimed at illustrating the key architectural principles behind SaaS. The application is an implementation of the guidance that the Microsoft Architecture Team has been publishing over the past y...
Gordon Ritter will present a unique session at the upcoming AJAXWorld Conference & Expo on AJAX and Next-Generation SaaS Business Models. Emerging technologies often begin as small but essential components to help solve or leapfrog particular aspects of customer pain. It is often not f...
Money-starved Israeli start-up iROWS, a browser-based spreadsheet that kicked off in January, is going to shut down on December 31 because Google has sucked up its two founders to beef up the internally developed Spreadsheets widgetry that Google is using to frighten Microsoft.
Money-starved Israeli start-up iROWS, a browser-based spreadsheet that kicked off in January, is going to shut down on December 31 because Google has sucked up its two founders to beef up the internally developed Spreadsheets widgetry that Google is using to frighten Microsoft.
The Software Development Forum (SDForum), will hold its SaaS Conferences On March 22, in Santa Clara, and will feature keynote speakers Marc Benioff from Salesforce.com and Gerry Mooney from IBM.