And We Thought ASP Went Out With the Dot-coms | GenomeWeb

At bbgm, Deepak Singh waxes sentimental about his first job at a structural biology company, wondering how far their technology would have gotten in today's Software as a Service (SaaS)-based world. (In case you're wondering, SaaS is another name for ASP, where the application service provider distributes fee-for-service software over the Internet.) He points readers to a new plugin called Zemanta

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