Global Analyst Insights by Rene Buest

Tag: SaaS

If you sell your ASP as SaaS you do something basically wrong!

By on June 10, 2013 in Comment with 0 Comments

Despite the continuing spread of the cloud and the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, you always meet again and again people, who are anchored in the firm belief to offer cloud computing since 20 years. Because ASP (Application Service Providing) was finally nothing else. The situation is similar with traditional outsourcers, whose pre-sales team will gladly agreed […]

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SAP Cloud: Lars Dalgaard will leave a huge hole

By on June 5, 2013 in Comment

Now he is gone, Lars Dalgaard. He was my personal hope for SAP and in my opinion the driving force behind the cloud strategy of the company from Walldorf, which has received more and more momentum in the last month. But not only for the Cloud Dalgaard has revamped SAP, even cultural it would have […]

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Enterprise Cloud Portal: T-Systems consolidates its cloud portfolio

By on May 10, 2013 in Analysis with 0 Comments

With its Enterprise Cloud Portal German Telekom subsidiary T-Systems presents its first cloud service-wide offering for corporate customers. On the portal, companies can inform about the cloud solutions from T-Systems, test them and order directly. The currently offered services include solutions for mobile device management, Dynamic Services for Infrastructure and the Enterprise Marketplace. A look […]

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Is the channel in the cloud computing age still relevant?

By on February 1, 2013 in Comment with 0 Comments

During the Cloud EcoSystem Winter Meeting a panel discussed which relevants the channel still has in the cloud. Since the majority of the participants were part of the channel less critics were made. And even things about changes were not discussed, because some already delivered software over ASP and so they are since 1998 in […]

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