The US and UK account for 67 percent of global spending on software-as-a-service, while privacy and local regulations are holding back adoption elsewhere across Europe
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Enterprise spending on cloud is still a tiny fraction of overall tech spending. But it will grow fast over the next few years, according to a new report
How core is SaaS to Workday's offering? Insurance giant Aviva, speaking at the vendor's UK launch yesterday, talked about adopting Workday for global HRM with barely a mention of the words SaaS or cloud.
UK and EU trade groups are coming together to set out standards for SaaS/cloud that will be for the benefit of all. Such a move has never been attempted on the past. There was no problem is getting all the actors around the table but the proof will come in the outcomes.
Short of time, short of cash, unwilling to make big upfront commitments: how do such customers make their buying decisions? I've seen the process from the inside the past few weeks, signing up for several services in preparation for the launch of EuroCloud UK.
The Australian software company has announced its acquisition of UK-based fellow content-management developer Limehouse Software
Australian software company Objective today revealed it had acquired UK-based fellow content managementdeveloper Limehouse Software for at least $6.65 million.
Just about everybody is agreed that software-as-a-service (SaaS) is being adopted quickly but, according to the analysts Gartner, some are decidedly quicker than others.In a survey conducted recently, Gartner looked at three European countries, the UK, Germany and France and looked at different applications running SaaS, including CRM and ERP which, appears to have made little headway in the field.
In its longstanding quest to find the right formula to bring SaaS to the SMB masses, UK telecoms giant BT is now creating packages of services that put SaaS into a practical context for its SMB customers.
Time for blighty to cut its losses?
Q&A: Ian Manocha, MD of SAS UK
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