Going Green: How Using Software as a Service Helps the Environment


What if firms could eliminate the need for

computers, monitors, and backup devices running in

their “server closets?” The positive effects on the

environment would be substantial, especially if it were

a sweeping, industry-wide transformation.

Fortunately, this is no longer a hypothetical exercise,

thanks to modern legal applications known as Software

as a Service (SaaS, pronounced “sass”).

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