Archive for March, 2009
According to a study conducted by IDC, sales of SaaS are expected to grow at a rate of 40 to 42% this year and the harsh economic climate will probably strenghten this trend in the months to come. Check out the official press release for furher information.
According to a recent study conducted by Saugatuck Technology, the demand for Saas (Software as a Service) and on-demand software should remain strong this year despite the current economic meltdown and the subsequent cut in IT budgets. Are we facing the risk of a new tech bubble that wil grow and eventually collapse like in […]
According to a recent study from Access Markets International (AMI) Partners, US home-based companies are adopting Saas applications at a blind pace. The driving forces behind this shift are cost reduction and convenience : Saas services relieve home-based business owners from installing sotware updates and let them upgrade their business tools without external IT support. […]
We’re happy to announce that ContactOffice continues its European expansion thanks to our very first Italian client, the Centro di Documentazione Giornalistica (documentation centre for journalists). This 40-year old organisation delivers services, courses and specialized information to journalists, marketeers and public relations practitioners. By now, all of these media professionals can use our collaborative solution […]
Beta GWT interface 1.3.003 is released with the following updates/fixes. Drag and drop: Can’t always move folders FIX Messaging: Cannot rename a subfolder of the Templates folder (and of other special folders) UPD Groups: administrator mail address is now accessible in the group’s properties dialog FIX POP3 fetcher: cannot download manually anymore FIX Notes: Note […]
According to a study conducted by MeriTalk, an online community that studies public policy and IT, the US federal government could save billions by moving to more open source software, virtualization and Saas. “With a grave economic outlook and a new administration in office, Federal agencies will be forced to do more with less,” the […]