Considering 'SaaS'? What You Need to Know

Entrepreneur Staff
3 min read

For entrepreneurs on a small budget, using online versions of popular software products can seem like a low-cost way to run your business. Nelly Yusupova, CTO of tech professional organiation WebGrrls, says when using software as a service, or SaaS, business owners should be aware of the fine print.  Yusupova advises looking into security features, understanding who owns your data and whether you can move your data when you want to before signing up for these products.

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