Keep data safe and workers productive with our Software as a Service solutions, which includes migration and integration.

The SaaS software model is taking off, with adoption of SaaS quintupling in just four years.1 We've helped our customers migrate hundreds of thousands of users to SaaS solutions while giving enterprises on-demand account controls that make it easy to optimize subscriptions on the fly. 

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Our SaaS Offerings

Our curated cloud subscription marketplace lets you instantly purchase top workplace apps, including office productivity software; cloud security and collaboration solutions; mobility management apps; and storage, backup and DRaaS programs. We make migration easy with planning services and custom deployment plans.

Office Productivity Software

We can help your workforce be more effective in the office or on the go. We offer the top enterprise SaaS providers, including:

Storage, Backup and DRaaS

With secure data storage available in the cloud, we can help you architect a SaaS cloud storage and backup solution from industry leaders, including:

Cloud Security

More than 80% of respondents to a recent poll admitted to using nonsecure apps for their jobs.We can recommend industry-leading SaaS security solutions to keep your data secure, such as:  


Our cloud collaboration solutions can help take collaboration to the next level through greater integration of web and videoconferencing, telephony, instant messaging and email from top partners, including: 

File Sync and Share

Easily collaborate on content from anywhere on any device with our secure, user-friendly SaaS file-sharing solutions, including: 

Mobility Management

Mobile apps are both an opportunity and a challenge for organizations looking to improve worker productivity. We can help guide your mobile app strategy with apps such as:


Customer Stories

We knew we couldn't continue with our on-premises email security and email hosting. We could maintain the same level of service locally, but to increase the level of services and save money, we had to move to the cloud.

Peter Anderson , Director of Network Services at Cuyahoga Community College

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For an in-house VoIP system, the firm would have had to write a large check for the initial capital expense. But with a hosted system, the firm is charged on a per-seat basis. Knowing exactly how much it would cost per employee, per month, was very attractive as they planned to roll it out to new offices.

Chuck Ludwig , CDW Solution Architect

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1. Source: North Bridge and Gigaom Research, The Future of Cloud Computing, June 2014
2. Source: Coalfire, BYOD Survey 2013: Employees and Companies Remain Lax with BYOD Security, September 2013


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