Two IT vendors walk into a bar. One offers software as a service (SaaS) via the cloud, on a software subscription basis. The other offers infrastructure as a service (IaaS) via the cloud, on a usage subscription basis. These vendors are not competing, and they are not affiliated. They just happened to walk into the bar at the same time.
The punchline…? There is none, at least, not for now. Today, I worked with two vendors who can hopefully help us make significant progress on two major programs for my employer.
Both of these vendors are sourced within the U.S. They will not be our “partners”. They will be involved for a single project engagement. The SaaS vendor may be utilized regularly for training and support, but they will neither govern nor guide our projects. The IaaS vendor has this opportunity to gain credibility with cloud infrastructure where two other vendors failed.
Media and Political Response
- Sen. Rand Paul Introduces Replacement for Obamacare
- Ryan: I’m ‘Fine’ With Trump Voter Fraud Probe Despite Not Having Any Evidence
- Trump Is Squeezing Detroit at the Worst Possible Time
- Some Sanctuary Cities Vow to Defy Trump Immigration Orders
- Trump’s White House Charm Offensive a Contrast to Solitary Obama
- Immigration Groups Sound The Alarm As Trump Implements Policies They Dreaded
- With wall, Trump begins reset of America’s role since World War II