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What Are Hosted Applications?
By: Martin Day
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    What Are The Benefits?

    Reduced costs, instant deployment, easier to maintain and reduced administration are among some of the main benefits.

    Low Maintenance

    With hosted applications the hardware and software is the responsibility of the vendor with the client only having to maintain access to the Internet. As there is no software to download a hosted application can be made instantly available across an entire organization even where the organization has multiple regional and international offices.

    As there is no software the considerable time and resources required for periodic updates is also completely eliminated.

    Reduced Cost

    The need to license software through a 'per user', 'per concurrent user', 'per server' or 'site' license has been eliminated. Although some hosted applications still do charge 'per user' many have taken the opportunity to charge on a 'usage' and/or 'period' basis meaning that the customer does not have to estimate the number of licenses that will be required, nor install and pay for full licenses that may only be used by some employees occasionally.

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