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Software as a Service, also know as SaaS, is a cloud-based service where instead of downloading software your desktop PC or business network to run and update, you instead access an application via an internet browser. The software application could be anything from office software to unified communications among a wide range of other business apps that are available. 

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01
Low setup and infrastructure costs

No capital expenditure to be depreciated on the balance sheet over time.

02
Accessible from anywhere

Services can be accessed from any other connected device, which facilitates home working, reduces productivity loss from remote employees, and saves on office space.

03
Scalability

Access is typically a per-seat, per-month arrangement, so a business only takes on as much as it needs. Adding more seats and extending the applications as requirements expand means convenience and scalability too.

04
Industry-leading service level agreements

(SLAS) for uptime and performance

05
Rapid implementation

Set-up is quick and easy compared with in-house IT.

06
Automatic, frequent updates

All updates, weekly or monthly, are taken care of by the vendor. No need to maintain or support legacy versions of the software.

07
Timely improvements

Timely improvements are provided automatically by the vendor, informed by user feedback. This frees up the IT department for more business-critical tasks.

08
Security at the highest level

Security at the highest level required by any customer -- again, provided by the vendor.

// Cloud Based Software as a Service

Advantages of Service in the Cloud - SaaS

SaaS offers a variety of advantages and disadvantages. Key advantages of SaaS includes accessibility, compatibility, and operational management. Additionally, SaaS models offer lower upfront costs than traditional software download and installation, making them more available to a wider range of businesses, making it easier for smaller companies to disrupt existing markets while empowering suppliers.

The major disadvantage of SaaS applications is that they ordinarily require an internet connection to function. However, the increasing wide availability of broadband deals and high-speed phone networks such as 5G makes this less of an issue. 

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