Cost Advantages of SaaS to Be Examined at Computerworld’s SaaScon 2009 Event in Santa Clara
FRAMINGHAM, MA — JANUARY 14, 2009 — SaaScon 2009, the premier event for Business Services technologies, will be held March 31-April 1, 2009 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. Produced by Computerworld, the voice of IT management, SaaScon is designed for business and technical professionals seeking to learn about the latest offerings from providers and how to incorporate Software-as-a-Service into their business environments.
With end-user case studies from all industries being presented throughout the event, the theme for SaaScon 2009 is "Maximizing the Business Benefits of SaaS." At SaaScon 2009, attendees will hear presentations from world-class IT executives, learn about the essential SaaS building block technologies, and understand how today's enterprises are effectively moving mission-critical applications to the services mode.
SaaScon 2009 topic areas will include:
— Cloud Computing and SaaS
— On-Demand Business and Information Services
— Essential Building Block Technologies for SaaS
— How to Build SaaS Applications and Solutions
— Best Practices in Optimizing SaaS
— The Business Benefits of SaaS
For more information or to register for Computerworld's SaaScon 2009, visit http://www.saascon.com.
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