SaaS and You – Which organization size is right for SaaS?
By: Collin Quiring We have already talked about SaaS in various levels of detail here on this blog. However, recent conversations have me thinking about it again. The basic point of the conversation was around the subject of “What size company... (more...)
Microsoft Project Server / Software as a Service / ROI / Benefits
By: Collin Quiring Why go with Software as a Service (SaaS) for Project Server? There are numerous reasons but here is a partial list of some of the items to think about, concentrating on the fact that SaaS for Microsoft Project Server is cost effective... (more...)
Costs of Open Source
By: Collin Quiring (Compared to SaaS and Direct Purchase) Open Source software is often an option viewed by a company as a cost effective method to purchase and use software. While the initial dollar savings of obtaining the software seems significant... (more...)
Software as a Service and Microsoft Project Server
By: Collin Quiring Microsoft Project Server isn’t the most complex software or server that Microsoft produces. However, it does require SQL 2000 or SQL 2005, Project Server 2003 or Project Server 2007. Depending on how you set up the server(s)... (more...)