Archive of posts: 'SaaS issues' tag

SaaS Applications Evolve As Challenges Test IT Teams
by Christine Cignoli on

If you’re keeping up with application development trends lately, you may have heard the term “progressive web apps” come up. This concept of progressive apps is a new type of web app standard that aims to make web apps more like native applications. These aren’t entirely brand-new, written-from-scratch applications, but are instead improved over time—progressively—with modern features. The result is...

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Tags: intent based networking, SaaS issues, web applications

 Cloud application adoption is a force that can’t be stopped. And honestly, do any IT leaders really want to stop it? There are a lot of benefits to using cloud and SaaS applications. When you move your apps from on-premises to the cloud, life in IT is supposed to get a lot easier. You enjoy faster user adoption, minimize performance...

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Tags: end users, Office 365, SaaS applications, SaaS issues

SaaS Application Upkeep Requires Visibility, Vigilance
by Christine Cignoli on

The promise of cloud and SaaS was supposed to be that it’s hands-off for IT and won’t take up internal resources. But for Office 365 at least, that’s not the case. One study found that 70% of enterprises using Office 365 report latency issues on a weekly basis, and 33% report them daily. This story has more details about the...

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Tags: Office 365, SaaS applications, SaaS issues

Take Control of the Double-Edged SaaS Sword
by Joe Michalowski on

SaaS has become the way of the world for enterprise application delivery. The vast majority of enterprises now trust the software-as-a-service model for everything from niche applications to mission-critical tools. However, SaaS applications are a bit of a double-edged sword. The cloud-based model offers the agility necessary to stay ahead of digital demands, with improved reliability and security vs. years...

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Tags: end user experience monitoring, SaaS issues, SaaS monitoring


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