Legal Glossary

Definition of Software as a Service (SaaS)

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a kind of cloud computing approach in which software and related data are centralized cloud-hosted.

Without having to install or maintain any hardware or software on their own devices, it enables users to access applications through the internet.

SaaS apps are generally paid for through subscriptions, making them affordable options for companies of all sizes.

When seeking for dependable, low-maintenance software solutions, website owners may find SaaS to be an appealing alternative due to its benefits including scalability, better security, and automated updates.

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