Pittsburgh Business Times

Authors: John W. Chapas

Type: Articles Published

Every business wants to keep up with its competition and make sure the other guy does not get a competitive advantage. 

These days, organizations are outsourcing more and more functions into the "cloud," which is essentially using hardware and/or software hosted by a third-party vendor remotely over a network (the Internet).  There are various different types of cloud computing — a common example being SaaS (Software as a Service) where a software application is accessed over the network. 

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