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(something) as a service

A virtual distribution model in which a client pays a third party via subscription to store and maintain something (most commonly software) that can be accessed by the client over the Internet (i.e. on the cloud). Sometimes hyphenated. Software as a service makes it easy for businesses to maintain a current software suite. Windows 10 introduced the concept of Windows as a service.
See also: service
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Despite the rising adoption of the "as-a-service" approach among building management system (BMS) providers, the transactional revenue model, i.e., selling hardware and software with a margin through different channels, is expected to remain the main source of income for these companies.
The third agreement made under the Enterprise IT as-a-Service (EITaaS) risk reduction effort is part of a multi-year initiative that aims to modernize the Air Force digital backbone through leap-ahead advancements in technologies and delivery models.
Under the contract, Convex Group has appointed WNS as its long-term strategic partner to build a first-of-its-kind, integrated, 'Platform + BPM as-a-service' proposition across industry horizontals (including support services relating to Operations for Insurance, Reinsurance, Claims, Finance and HR).
HPE plans to offer HPE GreenLake for Google Cloud's Anthos to provide the entire hybrid cloud, as-a-Service.
As a specialist provider of upgrade services since its foundation, SkySparc launched Patch Upgrade as-a-Service to better leverage the firm's deep collective experience, proprietary methodology and test library, and OmniFi's automated testing capabilities.
ViON has launched a new online marketplace where customers can shop, compare, procure and manage a wide range of Dell EMC IT infrastructure as-a-Service solutions.
Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the industry's only Pervasive Data Intelligence company, has announced three new offerings for its Teradata Vantage platform, reflecting Teradata's commitment to offering as-a-service capabilities to meet the needs of their customers, the company said.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Nutanix have announced a global partnership to deliver an integrated hybrid cloud as-a-Service (aaS) solution.
BNP Paribas will integrate IBM cloud solutions in dedicated BNP Paribas data centers, allowing the bank to strength its ability to subscribe to as-a-service IT services.
On compliance, Merale SaaS features in-country cloud business emails archiving for years, email reporting, online business productivity polices, and reporting and audit as-a-service.
On compliance, MERALE SaaS features in-country cloud business e mails archiving for years, email reporting, online business productivity polices, and reporting and audit as-a-service. With Protection-as-a-Service, MERALE SaaS includes in-country cloud Internet protection against malware, ransomware, phishing, viruses, botnets and other cyber threats, accessible as-a-service.
The company can now configure and manage Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) environments, Cisco SD Access infrastructures as well as SD WAN solutions from all leading vendors, all on an as-a-service basis.
Orange Business Services and Additiv, an expert in digital solutions for the financial market, have teamed up to offer digital wealth management as-a-service products to financial institutions.
Francois Locoh-Donou, President and CEO of F5, said, "Frank's acumen and breadth of experience with companies focused on cloud and as-a-service technologies make him a natural fit for the next phase of F5's growth.
Satish will lead the company's efforts in the areas of embedded automation as well as in building Platforms on 'As-a-Service' model.