Another highly visible SaaS player gone, taking customer apps along with it
Coghead, a web-based service for building and hosting custom online database applications and a software as a platform ‘utility computing’ company, announced it was going out of business today, leaving customers scrambling for alternatives within a tight timeframe.
Customers have until April 30 to extract and export their data from the various applications. This is a sharp reminder that entrusting your business processes to hosted applications you can rely on like an electric light always being there is by no means the case in this economy.
Cloud Bursts as Coghead Calls It Quits | Collaboration 2.0 | ZDNet.com
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