Solving the cloud vs. on-premise conundrum
Karbon looks at the key issues to consider when considering whether to shift from on-premise to cloud-based software systems.
SaaS, a type of cloud computing, allows users to access their data and software over the internet. And, instead of paying up front, SaaS is a license or subscription-based software. Advantages include cost-savings, ease-of-set-up, automatic updates, greater storage capacity, and universal access.