Practical business applications migration to the cloud
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

There are many potential reasons for your organization to replace or supplement your existing business applications with Software as a Service (SaaS) options; increased savings, lower total cost of ownership, fewer support staff requirements and more. However, this decision must be weighed carefully, as not every benefit SaaS provides is a perfect match for the needs of every enterprise.

In this on-demand, virtual environment, Jeff Kaplan, managing director of THINKStrategies, examines the most top-of-mind SaaS concerns in four concise video lessons. View now for an overview of the economics, the licensing and service level requirements that go into a cloud application decision. In addition, discover what businesses should know beforehand about integration and analytics.

Access this interactive classroom and learn:

  • A comparison of the major SaaS vendors and an examination of the types of applications that have been most successfully deployed in the cloud
  • What you should consider in the selection process of an SaaS application and considerations for integration
  • What many companies overlook with the per user/per month pricing model
  • And an examination of the marketplace for business intelligence and analytics.
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