SaaS

SaaS (or, software-as-a-service) is a software delivery model, in which the software and its associated data are hosted remotely – in the cloud. SaaS solutions enable user access through a web browser client – promoting collaboration between remote locations, and allowing more immediate customization.

The flexibility and accessibility of SaaS solutions also enables Agile software development, and can help reduce the cost of IT maintenance and support.

At Signiant, we’ve embraced cloud-formed software design, developing the first SaaS large file transfer solutions, Media Shuttle and Flight, for the secure, accelerated movement of large digital assets. Our SaaS solutions offer the flexibility you need – allowing users to choose between on-premise or cloud data storage, within one reliable, scalable, affordable solution.

Read more about SaaS below and explore Signiant’s premiere SaaS solutions.

Is the world is catching on to “cloud washing?” »

Earlier this week, The Wall Street Journal published an in-depth article on cloud washing. "Trying to stand out in a hot market...some providers use 'cloud' in their marketing materials, sales pitches and earnings reports..."

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Signiant Flight for Distributed Ingest to Cloud Storage »

Many cloud storage applications involve the need to ingest data from multiple locations around the world.

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The Power of the Sharing Economy: From Uber to multi-tenant SaaS »

From ride sharing to public cloud infrastructure to Signiant’s software as a service, sharing is a powerful paradigm that can be applied in many ways to deliver extraordinary value.

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The year's best SaaS: Signiant made the Cloud Awards short list »

Last week, the International Cloud Computing Program Announced a shortlist for the 2015-2016 Cloud Awards, and we are excited be on it in the Best SaaS category.

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Product Testing vs. Reality: How SaaS prevents misconceptions of real-world performance »

With accelerated file transfer, there are a huge number of independent factors that impact throughput. SaaS solutions provide a unique opportunity to test out software in your real world scenario with limited risk to the purchaser.

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SaaS Economics: Media Shuttle's Low TCO and Flexible Pricing Model »

Read about Shuttle's active users floating license, tiered pricing model, and how we help customers keep track of their usage.

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Transitioning to SaaS and Agile: Mike Nash looks back on Signiant's move to cloud-based software development »

Developing true SaaS requires a lot more investment in new functions within the organization, such as a devops (development operations) team that is responsible for monitoring ongoing health and change control, deployment rollbacks and more. It’s just a totally different way of looking at software.

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Security Concepts: The Importance of Usability »

The overlap between Software Security and User Experience Design is an increasingly important area to understand.

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5 Lessons on Large File Video Transfers »

Many industries need to regularly send and share large video files, from film and television production to business marketing, training and safety videos. If you're involved in video production for your company, here are a few things you should know.

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Meet Dennis Hennessey! Signiant’s new Director of Customer Success and Chili Aficionado »

We recently hired Dennis Hennessey as our new Director of Customer Success, and wanted to show him off a bit. While we’ve always had several avenues for getting feedback from our customers, Dennis brings a unique passion and approach that has won him something of a following in the CSM (customer success managers) community.

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