This move was to update all their policies, support models and pricing that are fully supported by Google. Consumers should expect that all [...]Continue Reading →
Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com kicked off Dreamforce 2011 this week, the largest cloud computing event of the year with over 45,000 in attendance and 35,000 joining online. Benioff took the stage at San Francisco’s Moscone Center to the pulsing sound of Metallica drawing an image of the future of [...]Continue Reading →
Salesforce.com and Concur are set to unveil an integration partnership this week at Dreamforce 2011 where Concur’s travel and expense management solution will be tied into Salesforce’s CRM. The integration lets Salesforce users manage travel and expenses, book trips and track and manage itineraries through the Salesforce user interface.
This integration will [...]Continue Reading →
Analyst projections on Salesforce.com’s sales performance for the third quarter of this year has been beaten already. This was to be credited to the users and companies demand for more online customer support and management software.
Salesforce.com is currently the key supplier for such online features. Earlier this year, analysts had projected [...]Continue Reading →
Salesforce.com is prepping for yet another big Dreamforce event this year with more than 40,000 registrations. The company announced today that chairman and CEO Marc Benioff will kick off this year’s conference with a keynote address outlining the company’s vision for the social enterprise. It’s been 2 years since Salesforce [...]Continue Reading →
By George Gallegos, CEO of Jitterbit (www.jitterbit.com)
CRM applications such as Salesforce are critical to the success of any enterprise organization. Using Salesforce, organizations can quickly and easily store, aggregate, and retrieve customer data critical to the success of the business. With better organization, greater accessibility, and improved communication across [...]Continue Reading →
Okta, a cloud based management startup company in San Francisco, recently closed a $16.5 million of venture investment. A new startup business that specializes in access and identity management through the cloud environment has earned the respect of investors that is why they were able to get a huge amount [...]Continue Reading →
Salesforce.com announced today that it was positioned by Gartner in the leaders quadrant for Sales Force Automation. The Magic Quadrant depicts Gartner’s analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace.
Gartner selects leaders as companies who have demonstrated a market-defining vision of how technology can help the top sales [...]Continue Reading →
A group of 71 companies, the largest hardware, software and Internet companies led by Salesforce.com and VCE, told the Obama administration that cloud computing must be adopted by the US quickly to drive job growth and preserve US technology leadership.
The report sent today to the Commerce Department and Vivek Kundra, gives [...]Continue Reading →
Cloud computing remains to be the most important phase of the IT industry at the moment, but it also remains to create opposing effects of hope and dread in the business world. For those who are prepared and see its benefits, they see it as a means of revenue saving, but for [...]Continue Reading →
Forrester Research projected that by 2020, the cloud computing business will be worth $241 billion dollars! Both SaaS and cloud computing platforms have promised to cut the costs by doing away with the huge software licenses.
There are at least 25 cloud vendors who are brawling for the big chunk of the [...]Continue Reading →
Salesforce’s acquisition of pioneering PaaS platform Heroku raises many new questions in the SaaS industry. Is the acquisition for the cloud platform technology or the large developer base? Will Salesforce now push harder to be the core platform of choice for enterprise developers in the cloud? Is this a new strategic direction [...]Continue Reading →
APIs are critical for nearly every Internet business by now. The website ProgrammableWeb is closely tracking its conquest of the Internet – with 3322 APIs listed – and counting. Articles, blogs and Twitter are full of praising APIs. But, when talking about the cloud, then what is special about APIs [...]Continue Reading →
Salesforce.com is one of the most successful, business critical on-demand applications, which makes securely managing access to it of paramount importance. Yet, unlike on-premise applications, Salesforce.com does not natively plug into traditional directories or identity and access management products, which introduces challenges for end-users, application administrators and IT.
This paper focuses on [...]Continue Reading →
Cloud as a powerful platform has interested everybody by now, moreover some of the organizations have jumped a lot farther and are now providing end to end solutions based on cloud platform itself. Look at the types of salesforce.com, who provide a complete CRM package, all over the cloud.
With such services [...]Continue Reading →
If a survey will be conducted on the most glorified technology trends of the year, there are only two answers most people will say; it’s either cloud computing or smartphones and tablets. It’s everywhere on wall discussions of most IT forums and communities. While some vendors are busy slapping these products, the [...]Continue Reading →
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