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cloud software

(1) The system software infrastructure in a cloud computing environment. See cloud operating system and cloud management system.

(2) Any application that resides on, and is run from, the Internet or private cloud. It does not refer to applications downloaded from the Internet and installed in the user's computer. See cloud computing.
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Infor will also highlight the latest advances with its Infor Supply Chain Management cloud software. Designed from the ground-up with scalability and interconnectivity in mind, the company's suite of supply chain management applications can aid organizations in automating and optimizing their operations, while also utilizing machine learning to make more informed decisions.
With a broad cloud software portfolio we continued to strengthen our position as the leading provider of such solutions for our customers, with almost half of major new signings overall being cloud-based.
The global leader in business cloud software specialized by industry serves more than 68,000 customers in over 170 countries through its 17,300 employees worldwide.
Blackbaud connects and empowers organizations to increase their impact through cloud software, services, expertise, and data intelligence.
Infor develops business cloud software for enterprise and SMB companies globally.
While Avaya has competitors, who might have great cloud software but lack in their own endpoint or vice versa, Verboon said that it is one of the few companies that has strong capabilities in both aspects
PROS (NYSE: PRO), a cloud software company powering the shift to modern commerce, has announced that Korean Air has selected the company's travel solutions to expand its revenue management and global distribution strategy, the company said.
Although much of this software still resides in whole or in part on the end user's device (which we refer to as "connected software"), more and more computing capacity and software resides in the "cloud" on remote computers (which we refer to as "cloud software") rather than on the end user's device.
This architecture is ill-suited for cloud-based software, and there is an urgent need to rethink security for cloud software.
AN ACCOUNTANCY firm has unveiled a new cloud software venture.
Toshiba will sell and distribute FlashGrade's signature Grading Cloud software via its independent and direct reseller channels throughout the United States and Latin America.
IT leaders view cloud software as central to the success of their businesses, but most lack a formal plan for adopting cloud technology