Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ten tips for SaaS business / Using SCCM 2007 tools

September 09, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Top 10 tips for creating Software as a Service business opportunities

With the current state of the economy, solutions providers have been wary about leaping into the Software as a Service (SaaS) market. But these tips on creating SaaS business opportunities explain the new line of thinking that redefines the roles of solutions providers and customers. These resources not only demonstrate how to take advantage of the many revenue possibilities that SaaS provides, but also help you understand what your customers' needs are and how SaaS can meet them.

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Using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 tools
Solutions providers can put the SCCM toolkit to work -- as well as available community tools -- helping them with installations, troubleshooting and performing updates.
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ISVs say VMware is more competitive, 'difficult' to work with
This summer's VMware-Veeam flare-up wasn't a onetime thing; other VMware ISV partners say the company has acted competitively toward them.
Read this article.

VMware boasts VMware View adoption growth, new OEM agreements
VMware has signed Dell and RTO Software to sell its desktop virtualization software, VMware View.
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