huffingtonpost.com – “Is SaaS killing traditional IT departments?” was a recent title of a wired blog, noting that more companies are turning to software-as-a-service (SaaS) for their business needs. Gartner is projecting that the enterprise app economy will generate $40 billion in sales for developers by 2016. The explosive growth of mobile, social and cloud applications in the enterprise is fragmenting the adoption of disparate technologies across the lines of business. The post noted: “Forrester research predicts the IT department could disappear as soon as 2020,” a theory that is largely based on adoption of consumerization of IT and cloud computing in the enterprise. Massive adoption of cloud computing in small and medium size businesses is now a competitive advantage for winning.
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