It’s been a few months since I last wrote at Central Desktop, so it’s nice to get something published there again. This time around we’re looking at the pros and cons of subscription software (or SaaS, if you prefer it).
Subscription software has been around a long time, much longer than the hoo-ha about Adobe Creative Cloud earlier this year. When Adobe changed their business model, it was treated like the death of a family pet in some quarters. However, the real question isn’t why Adobe changed, but why we were surprised.
The move to software subscription models is tied inextricably to the changing culture of business and the ever-moving world of technology that surrounds it. It is inevitable.
Shortly, we’ll look at the pros and cons of subscription software, but first a brief history lesson.
Read the full article for a history lessons and to find out what iTunes and Nike have to do with the rise of SaaS over at Central Desktop.
The Righteous Dead - my first novel
“It is 1946. On a dark night in Kent, a plane lands in a field. It contains a single passenger, tasked with delivering a single message. A message that will have a devastating effect on every man, woman and child in the country.”
So, for those who don’t know, I’ve been working on a novel for the last year. I’m really pleased to be able to say that it’s finished and is now available on Amazon. In the next couple of weeks it will also be available on Barnes & Noble, Apple, Diesel and Kobo.
It’s an amazingly exciting moment for me personally, but I’ve had a lot of help from a lot of people. So, if you’re one of them, thank you. Your help and comments have been invaluable.
But enough of that, back to the hard sell! 🙂
Go and grab a copy from one the links below and find out what happens when two ordinary people find themselves in a very extraordinary situation.