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Title: Contextualization of the Trialability Concept in the SaaS Model for Mobile and Ubiquitous Environment Deployed in Public Cloud Possibilities, limitations, mitigations, cost and, measures for mobile SaaS (free trial) potential adopters
Authors: Ercolani, Giuseppe
Rodriguez Muñoz, Jose Vicente
Keywords: Potential Adoption Index
SaaS
SaaS Trialability Cost
SaaS Trialability Factor
Software as a Service
Trialability
Issue Date: 26-Sep-2019
Citation: Ercolani, G., & Rodriguez Muñoz, J. V. (2019). Contextualization of the Trialability Concept in the SaaS Model for Mobile and Ubiquitous Environment Deployed in Public Cloud Possibilities, limitations, mitigations, cost and, measures for mobile SaaS (free trial) potential adopters. UBICOMM 2019, The Thirteenth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies, 44–54. Porto, Portugal.
Abstract: In this research a generic commercial Software as a Service (SaaS) product offered in the mobile marketplace and deployed in a public cloud is analyzed in order to: (i) identify the possibilities and limitations of the "free to try" version in cloud computing environment; (ii) highlight the cost of the free trial; (iii) determine the correspondence between the "free to try" version and the one available after an onerous subscription contract; (iv) make reference to a series of metrics for measur
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/3143
ISBN: 9781612087368
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