Salesforce.com is a leader in pay-as-you-go enterprise cloud computing. It specializes in CRM software products for sales and customer services - and produces products for building and running business apps. Salesforce has recently developed a social networking product called Chatter for its business apps.
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Result of an investigation. PR stunt. Holiday cheer. Call it what you want, but Salesforce.com is trying to make everyone happy following a controversial conclusion to the Dreamforce hackathon.
Gossip site Valleywag ridicules Marc Benioff's charity work in an anonymous attack
Salesforce.com's annual conference brought together many great startups among the 135,000 registrants. Invoca, Introhive, and Addvocate are among the best of these startups.
Sheryl Sandberg brings the "Lean In" message to the cloud at Dreamforce.
Announced during Dreamforce 2013, the awards recognize cloud integrators who are particularly good at translating business needs into viable Salesforce deployments.
The offering will be commercially available in the first quarter of 2014.
Benioff even rattled off advice, "If you want to protest, first go outside. Also, it's better to split up because then less people get arrested."
Salesforce's chief clarifies what the "Superpod" actually is.
On balancing HP and Oracle as infrastructure partners, Salesforce's co-founder quipped, "It's not just an Internet of Customers but Internet of Partners."
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff's Dreamforce keynote aimed to fill in blanks between a broad strategy where the Internet of things meets marketing and branding everywhere.
The CEOs of Dropbox and Salesforce trade thoughts about the usual: emerging technologies and Pearl Jam songs.
Cloudconnect provides developer tools for facilitating access to customer data based on MySQL and PostgreSQL open source databases.
Apparently no one knew what "social enterprise" meant -- not even the guys who coined the term.
Enter the "Salesforce Superpod," a dedicated instance in the Salesforce multi-tenant cloud, which will run on HP's Converged Infrastructure.
However a net loss appears to have thrown investors off a little bit as Salesforce shares were down by approximately three percent in after-hours trading.