Don’t SaaS me?
I was reading an article in Information Weekly by Michael Biddick while waiting in a recruiterâs lobby. In it, he provides statistics on how important SaaS has become to organizations, and the reasons behind the uprise: speed, cost.
It certainly is a movement that was predicted with web services, WSDL/SOA, WCF, and cloud computing in terms of technological evolution, but what about employment. Will this mean software developers and engineers may become employed by more software companies who provide these services? Will this result in fewer in-house IT positions? Or will many of the IT positons that become available be more concerned with security â the primary concern of SaaS implementers?
Iâm personally looking forward to the free hard drive space and memory when the online version of Microsoft Office is released this year, and find it ironic that it was precisely those monstrous software packages which forced our systems to require GIGS of memory and hard drive space. In this instance, it feels like Microsoft is selling the big house it built to raise the kids and moving to some place tropical. If software is leaving the company system, if software developers are…
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