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and Recovery When evaluating a SaaS provider, learn about its contingency, backup, and recovery plans and liabilities. 8. Upgrades SaaS vendors typically provide quicker response to innovation and new features, since deployment cycles are shorter than for on-premise applications. However, ensure that these upgrades are indeed applied regularly and free of charge. Assess the vendor''s roadmap of product upgrades, and determine how often they are expected. 9. Service level agreements Clear service level