SaaS is a software-as-a-service delivery model. It is software offered by the provider on the web. Customers can access and use the software, typically through a web browser, while the provider manages the infrastructure and security.
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- A SaaS is a type of subscription software that allows users to access and use the software from a remote location.
- A SaaS applications are typically delivered over the internet and accessed through a web browser.
- A SaaS can be used to provide access to software for individuals or businesses of all sizes.
- Some popular examples of SaaS applications include Google Apps, Salesforce, and Adobe Creative Cloud.
"Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people."
-- Bruce Schneier, a renown computer security professional