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  • NetSuite IPO has SMBs optimistic

    NetSuite's long-waited IPO should reward SMBs' leap of faith in the SaaS pioneer. 

  • Integration tricky for SMBs using multiple SaaS apps

    SMBs want Software as a Service to be a bigger part of the fabric of their IT infrastructure, but integration can be tricky. 

  • IBM gets into Web security with Watchfire buy

    IBM has become the first major player to buy into the Web application security testing space with its offer to buy Watchfire. The deal, which is expected to close later this quarter, would bring in tooling that performs ethical hacking of Web apps ba... 

  • SMBs sample SaaS via telecoms

    Telecom XO Communications has announced a new, SMB-focused partnership with Jamcracker, a wholesaler of SaaS technology. Analysts say more telecoms will try to offer SMBs IT services with such deals. 

  • Microsoft to reach out to IBM, Cisco on interoperability

    Microsoft says it plans to follow up on customer feedback by reaching out and working more closely on interoperability with IBM and Cisco Systems Inc. 

  • SMB SaaS sales robust, but holdouts remain

    Are SMBs really that into Software as a Service (SaaS), or are vendors and analysts pushing it when they say SaaS is taking the market by storm? 

  • Symantec enters SaaS market with an eye on SMBs

    Symantec's forthcoming Symantec Protection Network will offer SaaS products to small and medium-sized businesses. 

  • Web 2.0: CIOs want it their way

    A new study found CIOs want Web 2.0 technology, but they're a little insecure about getting it from emerging specialized vendors. 

  • Ten clues that your Web site is dead

    Does your Web site have a pulse? If it doesn't, your business is probably fading fast, too. There are ways to revive it, but you've got to know the signs. 

  • Offline SaaS applications on the rise

    As more companies rely on a mobile workforce, SaaS vendor apps are heeding the call. A growing number are offering offline clients that can synchronize with online SaaS applications, allowing your workers to work anywhere, anytime.