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6 Reasons SaaS May Mean A Return To Silos

July 25, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  InformationWeek

Application integration has always been a thorny problem. Add in the inherent design restrictions of software as a service–think islands, not exactly designed to exchange data–and things get even trickier. Fortunately, there are some products and best practices that can make your apps work together.

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