Yesterday, the enterprise cloud computing company, Salesforce.com, announced its plans to set up a new data center in Japan. A partner of the cloud computing giant, NTT Communications (NTT Com), is working with Salesforce to establish the Tokyo center, which is being established to further support the cloud computing services that Salesforce.com has to offer. [...]
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This past week, it was announced that Salesforce.com, the enterprise cloud computing company, acquired Activa Live, an enterprise chat startup. Activa Live provides an on-demand cloud computing service, which includes customer support, live chat and online sales interaction features. Activa Live’s software is useful to companies who want to interact with online visitors. These interactions [...]
Earlier this week, Salesforce.com, the enterprise cloud computing company, announced that AWPRx successfully deployed and used the Sales Cloud 2, Chatter and other custom apps from Force.com. AWPRx, a pharmacy management service provider, deployed Salesforce to run its business in the cloud, which saves it money and allows AWPRx employees to focus more on customers [...]
At its annual financial analyst meeting today, Microsoft announced its ambitious future plans for dominating technology markets and cloud computing. Specifically, Kevin Turner, Microsoft’s Chief Operating Officer, outlined a four-point plan to the 200-odd financial analysts for increasing profits: 1. Cloud computing – Emphatically and repetitively, we have heard Microsoft say they are “all in” [...]
Research firm Zinnov has released an estimate that the cloud computing market within India is expected to reach $1.08 billion by 2015. This would be a ten-fold increase from today’s $110 million market. Software as a Service (SaaS) is expected to make up $650 million of that revenue, and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and [...]
It isn’t just individuals that make New Year’s resolutions—companies make them as well. Forrester Research recently released a report about CRM applications, as a guide to companies looking to tighten up application development without breaking the bank this year. This week, Lauren McKay at CRM Magazine took to the publication’s website and outlined five routes [...]
We like to spend a bit of time examining iPhone CRM trends here—and mobile CRM in general—and so we can’t end this week without taking a look at the week’s most-discussed item: Google’s Nexus One smartphone. Every time a new smartphone is released, questions arise as to whether or not it will be the mobile [...]