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  1. Jane McCarty
    Jane McCarty March 12, 2009 at 5:31 am | | Reply

    Really, it’s just natural flow of things, we can’t do anything about it. But we all just have to realize SaaS industry can’t be judged by one failure case. It was the showcase it’s better to take care of the migration plan and take into consideration all the “what if’s”. It doens’t mean we are done with SaaS here.

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