As the greater software industry pivots towards offering software-as-a-service products, it is relying on a diverse set of tools, support software, and hardware. When you're in the business of serving hundreds of thousands of users and storing petabytes of data, you need to understand the kinds of software and hardware that support your service. In this article, we'll explore several of the critical technologies that allow SaaS providers to bring their services to the public, and...

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The game industry has gone through a lot of changes, and there are a lot more changes on the horizon. The dramatic growth in mobile game development along with device performance disparities forced game developers and publishers to consider implementing a SaaS model for their titles.Game as a Service Model to create and develop a video game

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Yesterday, Apple revealed its long-rumored iPhone X. Unfortunately for the mobile hardware innovator, the in-depth leaks of the prior week turned out to be true, stealing much of the thunder from Apple's event. Nonetheless, here are five important takeaways from the iPhone X announcement.Apple iPhone X View

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As we've already discussed in our previous blog on the software as a service model, many major companies rely on SaaS applications for their day-to-day operations. However, it pays to have a thorough understanding about how SaaS companies improve their apps with new features and services over time. The enterprise SaaS market has become extremely competitive. As a result, software development companies are trying to innovate their products to make them attractive to enterprise clients....Companies Innovating Their SaaS Products

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One of the most important recent trends in mobile software is the pivot to the "Software as a Service" model, or SaaS. The rise of applications like Salesforce, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Dropbox has transformed the entire landscape of the industry, upending the long-held methods of software distribution. No longer is enterprise software something you install from a disk and register once with a product key. One-time fees and volume key licenses are becoming a thing of the past.Software as a Service (SAAS)

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