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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A growing menace for online banking customers has turned its sights on Salesforce customers.
With a UK data center set to open this fall, Salesforce plans to expand its European base by also moving in to France and Germany.
Benioff also insisted the U.S. tech industry needs greater patent and immigration reforms, arguing international students should have H-1B visas "stapled to their degrees" upon graduation.
The CRM giant is generating momentum for its global cloud ecosystem with a new venture capital fund.
Salesforce’s entry into the wearables space has been both bold and well-timed.
Salesforce.com has added a plethora of new devices to its growing wearables cloud platform, including the Jawbone fitness tracker and Epson's smart glasses.
Salesforce launched a community cloud so its customers can engage consumers and ultimately grow sales. Are communities really the next battleground?
UPDATED: Benioff told shareholders during the conference call to expect a brand new line of service to be unveiled at Dreamforce in a few weeks.
The overall goal of Salesforce1 Sales Reach is to enable companies and sales teams to target the "notion of the one click buyer."
Salesforce will pay up to $390 million for the Palo Alto, California-based startup, which provides relationship intelligence via data science and machine learning.
IDC reported that cloud software spending---software as a service primarily with a bit of platform as a service---accounted for 86 percent of the cloud revenue pie.
Salesforce has announced a partnership with Deutsche Telekom to expand its presence in Germany.
The partnership will enable Bluewolf to leverage ITBconsult's mobile solution, Mobile VizArt, which allows customers to extend the reach of their Salesforce instance from any mobile device.
Starting this month, Salesforce is connecting its mobile platform to open charting libraries and plans to allow drill-down capable dashboards on phones.
At Autodesk, Hawkins played a heavy hand in the design software maker's transition to a cloud and mobile-focused business model while also overseeing more than 50 acquisitions during his tenure.