Chapter 7. Integrating Salesforce and Google Apps

The software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendors are growing at a steady pace, which shows that customers are relying more and more on the hosted services than building in-house applications. SaaS differentiates itself from the "On Premise" software by avoiding the need to purchase and maintain the computer hardware and related infrastructure to run an application. The only infrastructure required is a personal computer to run the software and sufficient network connectivity to access the Internet. The SaaS-based applications are proven to be highly available and scalable; specifically Salesforce, as they proved to be a leader in selling their applications hosted on their data centers. Likewise, Google ...

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