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Mimecast's $21m shows strength of SaaS in Europe

With a crop of Europe-based SaaS ventures expanding into the US, the forming of a new industry group and signs of new funding opportunties for smaller European start-ups, the omens look good for a flowering of SaaS and cloud adoption in Europe.

January 28, 2010 by

What EuroCloud means for SaaS in Europe

A new industry organization to promote cloud and SaaS launches in seven European countries today. EuroCloud will help European providers build a network and speak with a common voice to government and business.

October 19, 2009 by

SAP's John Wookey: the task ahead

Phil Wainewright has provided a first take on John Wookey, SAP executive VP's saas strategy session at SIIA Europe. As Wookey outlined the strategy, I could not help but feel 'about time.

June 10, 2009 by

SaaS in Europe at the tipping point

A strong line-up of European companies and findings from research to be unveiled at the upcoming OnDemand Europe conference suggests SaaS in Europe has grown more than most people think and is about to blossom.

May 30, 2009 by

SaaS adoption swells in Europe

There are some interesting patterns to adoption of SaaS in Europe, which is growing faster than many think, and not always in the countries you'd expect to be furthest ahead.

April 15, 2009 by

Cloud and the European SaaS provider

The SaaS scene in Europe deserves more attention, and the intersection with cloud is especially interesting, considering how many cloud pioneers there are in Europe. Will European innovation here rival the US?

February 8, 2009 by

SaaS battlegrounds: Salesforce v Zoho

When CEO Marc Benioff put on his jocular performance for the analysts and press at Dreamforce yesterday, I'm sure he didn't expect little ol' Zoho to come bite him in the pants.

November 4, 2008 by

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