SaaS

Introducing Cloud IdaaS - Intel Cloud SSO

Today we are introducing Intel’s first enterprise focused SaaS offering that brings the best of Intel cloud offering ECA 360 and McAfee Cloud Security Suite product into a multi-tenant offering. The same core functionality that our on-prem product ECA 360 has Single-Sign-On (SSO) for cloud application, User Provisioning and Strong Auth is now supported in a fully flexible as-a-Service offering.

FREE 30-day trial of GoToMyPC now available on Intel Business Exchange

Whenever there's a new and noteworthy solution that lands on Intel Business Exchange I figured you should know, especially when there's a good deal attached. I'm pleased to announce that we're now offering Citrix's GoToMyPC on Intel Business Exchange which includes a free 30-day trial.

Integrating SaaS to the Enterprise with SOA

Integrating the hot, new SaaS application into a company can often be a challenging undertaking.  The SaaS application was acquired for a pressing departmental need, yet manually re-inputting and syncing key data like employee, vendor or supplier master directories is not practical.  Manually coordinating a sale by the customer saying "yes" with a win recorded in the sales force automation tool yet hand crafting delivery instructions in the order module of the ERP is not really a sustainable business proc

SOA and SaaS ... What's the Difference?

This might sound odd to some of you reading this, but I am regularly asked the following question ... "What is the difference between SOA and SaaS?".

Given the acronym soup of the IT industry I am not surprised to get that question and expect to for some time to come. The simple answer is that:

The differences between a hard and soft SOA appliance

In the last blog I wrote about the similarities and differences between a SOA "soft appliance" like Intel SOA Expressway and an ESB-based product.  Two key questions often arise out of that discussion: (1) Why do I need a SOA appliance if I already have an ESB, and (2) Why is a "soft appliance" better than an easy-to-deploy, secure and high-performance hardware appliance?

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