Next to “innovation” and “social,” “cloud” was perhaps one of the most overused buzzwords of 2012. You hear it on TV commercials, see it on pop-up ads, and read about it in the newspaper–but what exactly is it? As the heart of our business is cloud computing, we at Eustace Read More
Salesforce.com sent out their Summer 12 Release Notes and there are some exciting changes coming. The changes will be rolled out in late May and you should familiarize yourself with the notes before then.
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Cloud computing gives both employers and employees flexibility and freedom. Many believe that it is changing the 9-5 mentality of working a full-time job. Here are some ways that the cloud can (and is!) changing what and where we consider “work.”
1. Security is an afterthought.
In order to make a smooth, secure transition to the cloud, implementing security throughout the entire project is crucial. Many companies opt to only worry about this until the end. Read More
Salesforce announced today that they have hired Vivek Kundra as the executive vice president of emerging markets.Kundra served as the Chief Information Officer for the United States under the Obama administration from March 2009- August 2011. Basically, his job Read More
Cloud computing really exploded this past year, which may create some fear for new business in the hardware industry. After all, the biggest appeal of cloud computing is the lack of hardware to worry about replacing, right? What are Read More
Am I the only one who thinks bigger businesses seem to be left out in all of this cloud-talk? The cloud, to me, seems to be marketed towards smaller and medium-sized businesses only. A quick Google search of “cloud Read More
2011 seems to be the year of the cloud. Sure, it’s been around for over a decade, but this year was the year that it exploded into the general public. Here are our top five cloud computing stories from 2011:Read More
Welcome to new, huge change!In a Cloudforce Japan 2011, Benioff talked about social revolution inspired by technology.One of the many examples he uses is a tweet by Google exec and Egyptian activist Wael Ghonim saying, “A call to all well-educated Egyptians Read More