There was the age of mainframes… Centralized Data, remote terminals used access the data and run the software… Then there came the age of the desktop — standalone computers with pockets of corporate data all over the place… Local Area Networks started “centralizing workgroup data”… Browsers came with the Internet letting you access data with the whole range of devices from a desktop to your smart wristwatch… All of which has allowed us to return to centralized data, whether you call it in the “cloud” or just on the “web.”
Come see an example of Software as a Service… A niche market use which may help you formulate your idea for that million dollar product.
The IT Summit is pleased to welcome AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals), Puget Sound Chapter as a sponsor of The IT Summit's Seattle IT Conference (April 22, 2014)
Since 2004 The IT Summit had been the premier producer of regionally focused IT conferences for executives from the government, education, and corporate sectors. While many IT conferences limit their focus strictly to IT personnel, The IT Summit recognizes that IT decisions affect the entire business, and that decisions made outside the IT department often have a direct impact on IT. This holistic view of IT can enhance operations by helping IT personnel to better understand how their work is perceived within the company, enables executives to better understand how their decisions impact the ability of their IT departments to serve the business or agency directly, and in turn allow the business or agency to better serve their customers and clients. The result is a broader information base from which executives can make more informed decisions.
The IT Summit is pleased that AITP, Puget Sound Chapter has chosen to be a sponsor of The IT Summit's Seattle IT Conference (April 22, 2014). Be sure to register for the Seattle IT Conference and be sure you plan on stopping by and talking with the folks from AITP, Puget Sound Chapter to learn about the benefits provided by an AITP membership.