SaaS solutions are cloud-based, so you can access them from anywhere you have an internet connection. With access from any device, anywhere in the world, you can get your work done, no matter where you are.
Most SaaS software is priced with lower, ongoing subscription payments. This keeps initial costs low and avoids the heavy expense of hardware and licenses.
IT Cost Reduction
With a SaaS subscription, the vendor handles all updates, issues and support, meaning you don't have to rely on IT to manage your apps. Most enterprise companies experience a reduction in IT spend of more than 15%.
Cloud vendors, like Microsoft Azure, allow SaaS solutions to be infinitely scalable to fit your changing needs. Your storage space, geographic footprint, and overall performance will automatically grow with you.
With SaaS, security responsibility falls to the vendor, so you can take advantage of the advanced security features that the vendor has to offer. Leading cloud vendors, like Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, invest billions of dollars into their security and growth.
What’s the Difference?
Higher initial costs, as you have to purchase hardware and individual licenses
Lower initial costs, with smaller ongoing annual or monthly subscription payments
Updates & Maintenance
Completed periodically by your internal IT team, with additional costs for upgrades and new features
Regular updates are included with your subscription, without disruptions
Infrastructure & Set-Up
Longer implementation and stored on your own servers
Shorter implementation and no hardware required
Will need to add more servers and storage as you grow
Your cloud storage will automatically scale with you as you grow
Only available on-site, on computers that have the program installed
Available anywhere with an internet connection and a web browser, to users with the right permissions
Security & Privacy
Handled by your internal IT team
Included in your subscription, taking advantage of the cloud provider’s advanced security measures
Requires IT involvement and customizations to integrate with different systems
Many providers offer ready-made integrations, as well as APIs for custom integrations between systems
Internal IT team responsible for 24/7 up-time during peak load times, upgrades and patch installs
Vendor takes responsibility for 24/7 uptime, often offering an uptime over 99%
SaaS and Digital Asset Management
With a SaaS-based digital asset management system, you can take advantage of cloud infrastructure to give your worldwide employees and partners secure access to the digital photos, videos and documents they need to promote your business. Companies are choosing SaaS-based DAMs for their efficiency, worldwide accessibility, scalability, and the ability to integrate with multiple products.
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