Software-as-a-service news stories
SAS announces new products amid cloud portfolio success
Analytics and AI company SAS is deepening its broad industry portfolio with offerings that support life sciences, energy, and martech.
$20m boost for digital technologies announced
The government is spending an extra $20m over four years on its plan to transform the digital technologies industry.
What does the completion of the move to cloud mean for organisations?
Organisations are continuing to operate in an uncertain environment with no guarantee of what will happen tomorrow.
What organisations should pay for moving their print services to the cloud
"From a customer perspective, the pricing model should be fair, protect, and build on existing investments, easily scale up and down as needs change, and be transparent and straightforward."
G2 ranks the best software from A/NZ
The team at G2 evaluated 22,500 global reviews for Australian and Kiwi vendors to determine the Best 25.
Unpopular opinion: The software monolith is wrongly maligned
We’re led to believe microservices are modern and monoliths are legacy - but it’s not that easy, writes Segment’s Alexandra Noonan and Calvin-French Owen.
Avaya makes contact-centre-as-a-service solution available on Azure
The service will launch in the first half of 2020, initially covering the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries before general worldwide availability.
Interview: What you can expect from LogicMonitor's APAC expansion
LogicMonitor is a provider of SaaS-based infrastructure monitoring software for hybrid IT environments – and it has big plans to shake up Asia Pacific this year.
How to deliver real-time communication without network failures
Until now, delivering any VoIP or UC solution meant investing in purpose-built appliances and proprietary software licenses for each location.
Check Point announces general availability for CloudGuard SaaS
CloudGuard SaaS protects enterprises that use SaaS applications and cloud-based email.
Growing spend on data centre systems could be short-lived
Gartner's data reveals total global IT spending will continue to grow in 2019, with some sectors doing better than others.
'Don't be like Silicon Valley': Kiwi SaaS firms encouraged to look after their own
“We can't compete with Silicon Valley money. We have to be smarter and more focused."
'Fascinating' vendor cloud battle ongoing in healthy SaaS market
It hasn’t been around for long, but Synergy Research Group says the enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) can now be considered mature.
Public cloud services market thriving, but dominated by the big guys
The top 16 market leaders in the market account for over half of the market, with IDC expecting this stranglehold to continue its growth.
Taupō talks tech: The local Kiwi firms transforming business from the ground up
From New Zealand's farming heartland to the mountains and to the cloud, Taupō's regional businesses are embracing technology from the ground up.
Nutanix Beam gives enterprises control of the cloud
New SaaS offering visualises, predicts and manages runaway costs, and assesses security and regulatory compliance across multiple clouds.
Multicloud environments key to avoiding vendor lock-in - Commvault
The concept of portability means that my workloads aren't just isolated to the public cloud environment that they originated in.
Visa acquires SaaS tech company Fraedom for US$197 million
The deal will expand Visa’s business suite of solutions serving the B2B payments industry.
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: Why this will be the year chatbots take on customer service
Within the world of AI, bots are the most understandable application for executives from a deployment and business impact standpoint.
Digital guestbook startup raises $1mil in capital after hitting $1mil revenue mark
SwipedOn’s CEO says the two recent milestones would position the company for a high-growth phase of aggressive development.
HPE’s radical new SaaS multi-cloud management solution
HPE OneSphere provides a unified experience across public clouds, on-premises private clouds and software-defined infrastructure.
TechnologyOne wins $7 million federal contract for SaaS deployment
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS) is the second shared service hub to partner with TechnologyOne.
Oracle launches new cloud-driven partner program
OPN says the offering rewards partners that demonstrate expertise, a successful track record, and customer satisfaction.
SaaS, cloud, big data... Survey finds too much tech jargon is holding businesses back
Tech jargon is not only ambiguous, it's also preventing business professionals from properly understanding the technologies they need to focus on.