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  • Five key takeaways from Salesforce World Tour 2017 Sydney

    Salesforce held its annual World Tour event in Sydney on March 21 at the International Convention Centre. It’s the first time the event has been back in Sydney for three years and it attracted more than 10,000 attendees keen to see what Salesforce had to offer.

  • Salesforce connects SharePoint files to its cloud with new tool

    <a href="http://www.salesforce.com">Salesforce</a>, the not-so-little cloud CRM company that could, is furthering its play to bring everybody everywhere into the fold with the launch of Salesforce Files Connect, a new tool that brings files from on-premises Microsoft SharePoint into a company's  cloud workflow. 

  • Salesforce Lightning Connect marries old apps to new

    Salesforce has a solid lock on the SMB space, and more forward-looking large organizations have moved to its cloud CRM, marketing and sales solutions, <a href="http://www.citeworld.com/article/2115522/social-collaboration/virgin-america-salesforce-chatter-intranet.html">apparently to great success</a>. But for every Virgin America or Burberry, there are many, many more older companies out there with siloed-off, older systems; they couldn't get their data into the Salesforce cloud even if they wanted to. 

Features about crm
  • Six ways to get your employees to use CRM software

    A guaranteed way to increase your company's sales is to have a system in place to manage your sales activities. Having a custom relationship management (CRM) system that is easy and gets used by the sales team is a great step towards that goal.

  • What to do if your cloud provider disappears

    Software developer Christopher Shockey saw the first signs of trouble in late 2008. A sales rep who had always represented Web application development provider Coghead was now calling on behalf of Coghead's much larger rival Salesforce.com.

  • Application builders in the sky

    The power of Web-based applications continues to burgeon as they take on the art of application building itself. In a number of online tools, the old compile-link-deploy loop disappears, and editing a Web application becomes as simple as editing a comment for Slashdot. (Notice I used the word "edit," not "program.") Just click a few times in the browser and your application is up and running.

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