For companies and businesses
When talking about the Cloud for the corporate market, it is common to divide it into three categories: Software as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service. The first, SaaS, includes file storage, backup, web-based email and applications. Infrastructure, IaaS, is the framework for managing and delivering the SaaS services, while PaaS allows you to develop apps and programs, where the databases and operating systems you use are delivered through the cloud.
SaaS works through the Cloud.
The SaaS model gives you as a user access via the internet. The provider installs the programs you want, and ensures distribution / availability. The roll-out and release of new functions and the new update can take place collectively thanks to a common source code. Your data can be stored locally, in the cloud or both locally and in the cloud.
SaaS thus delivers programs and data over the internet so that you can work with your data in your applications, without being tied up to a fixed workstation. The cloud can deliver all types of applications, from HR, ERP and CRM systems to heavy professional applications and more. Cloud services are thus not on your own PC, and not on the company's own server in the basement, but remotely. The cloud thus offers easy access to resources and applications without the need for in-house infrastructure. With the Cloud, you can check emails, interact with your colleagues and get quick answers to those chat messages. As simple as that. SaaS can also be file storage and backup services.
In addition, the consumer market is flooded with cloud services that you often use without even thinking about cloud services. The photo library on your mobile phone? The streaming services you crawl up on the couch to watch? The football game you can not miss?
Is it safe and secure for my data?
Are you worried about the difference between different subscriptions in the Cloud? Do not be afraid, even if different subscribers run on the same cloud instance with common infrastructure and platform, the data will always be separate. You are safe with us.
The principle of "on demand" is the basis for cloud services in all variants, the whole point is that the data and applications are ready in the cloud, and as soon as you take an action that causes the application to start or your data is used, you get access you need. This way you can work with what you need, just when you need it, and from anywhere.
Who uses SaaS services?
The market is composed of a number of suppliers with an even longer range of products and services. Bransj players include everything from smaller single apps and programs to giants like Amazon and Google. SaaS services embrace everything from streaming services in the B2C market, such as Spotify or Netflix, to basic business applications such as email, CRM, HRM / HR, invoicing and collaboration. In other words, all types of consumers and businesses often use SaaS services. You subscribe to the service, land in to their platform, and you get what you or your business pay for.