In simple terms, SaaS is a method of remotely delivering software, meaning that the service contractor can access it from any device with an Internet connection.
In this web-based software model, vendors host and maintain the servers, databases, and code that make up the application.
The main difference between a SaaS and traditional software is its delivery model.
In the first case, companies hire the service and pay a monthly fee for its use.
In the second, they purchase a permanent license to use the software and must install it on their own computers to use it. As we have done with Office, Photoshop and so many other programs for so long. We all know the work this can mean.
One of the key advantages of SaaS over this traditional model is that companies do not have to invest in hardware to host software, which allows them to also outsource most of the IT responsibilities typically required to troubleshoot and maintain software. The SaaS provider takes care of everything.
In addition to allowing remote web access, SaaS also differs from local software in its pricing model.
Local software is typically purchased under a permanent license, meaning that buyers have permission to use the software. They also pay 15% to 20% per year in maintenance and support fees.
SaaS, on the other hand, allows buyers to pay an annual or monthly subscription fee, which typically includes software license, support, and most other fees.
This service model allows small and medium enterprises to use software that they otherwise could not, due to the high cost of the license.
A responsive website is a website that dynamically resizes its content and imagery for a variety of different screen sizes in order to serve all users irrespective of the device they use to access the site. This is an advancement to multiple versions of sites that used to be designed to support mobile devices.
Yes. We designed the application with responsiveness in mind. With the exception of an older version of the Safari browser, most current browsers (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, etc...) work equally well on desktop and mobile devices.
If you are using Safari, this browser reacts differently. Make sure that you have pop-up blocker disabled by doing the following:
1. Choose Safari "Preferences", then click Security.
2. Deselect “Block pop-up windows” then select Allow WebGL and Allow Plug-ins.
If you are downloading a .doc or .docx file you will likely see a blank screen. You can retrieve the downloaded file by clicking on the down arrow in the upper right hand corner of your Safari window.
.pdf file should download immediately in their own window.
If none of these solutions works, submit a trouble ticket.
(1) It is now a common part of the hiring process for employers to check the presence a candidate has on the internet. No presence is neither positive nor negative. A positive presence is positive, while a significantly negative presence might prevent employers from considering you for a position.
(2) Students will frequently "Google" their instructors. Your social media presence is as relevant to students as it is for hiring organizations.
(3) Sharing your online presence gives you a chance to show your skills and expertise. Having your own website is a great way to present yourself to both colleges, universities, and to your students.
An HTTP cookie (also called web cookie, Internet cookie, browser cookie, or simply cookie) is a small piece of data stored on the user's computer by the web browser while browsing a website. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember stateful information (such as items added in the shopping cart in an online store) or to record the user's browsing activity (including clicking particular buttons, logging in, or recording which pages were visited in the past). They can also be used to remember pieces of information that the user previously entered into form fields, such as names, addresses, passwords, and payment card numbers.
If you turn off cookies, you should still be able to access and use the platform.
The security of your data and intellectual property is paramount to us.
For this reason, all communication between users web browsers and our servers is encrypted over secure HTTPS connections. When interacting with our platform, your transactions are passed through a secure server using 128-bit SSL, the latest industry standard encryption technology.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is an extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). It is used for secure communication over a computer network, and is widely used on the Internet.Data Retention & Ownership
ProfHire information is owned by the applicant. Prof360 and Attaché information is owned by the company or institution that is our customer. As an employee of an organization using Attaché for Business or Attaché for Education, the information you upload becomes the property of that organization. Our company makes no claim of ownership or unauthorized permission to use data submitted to the platform.
Our platform is hosted within United States based data-centers.Information We May Collect
For statistical purposes, we collect anonymous information on website activity (such as login activities, document upload activities, the number of sessions, popular session times). We use this data to evaluate our website performance and to improve the content we display to you. To evaluate the effectiveness of our platform, we may use third parties to collect statistical data. No personal information is collected on these occasions.How We Use Your Information
Our platform uses your information to better understand your needs and provide you with better service. Specifically, we use personal information: