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Heroku’s new app-development product line is meant for the enterprise

19 Feb , 2015  

Heroku, the Salesforce-owned company that powers the application-development process of hot startups like Lyft and Upworthy, announced a new product line Thursday called Heroku Enterprise. It’s geared for big companies that want to develop the kind of modern applications seen at startups while providing the type […]

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Need to wrangle SQL, NoSQL data? Espresso Logic says it can help

22 Dic , 2014  

Espresso Logic, which offers a backend service to help businesses connect applications with SQL data sources, is adding NoSQL to the mix with new support for MongoDB — as well as support for Salesforce.com and Microsoft Dynamics business applications coming soon. The company says its service makes it easier […]

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Salesforce Files Connect Brings File Sharing to the Enterprise

19 Dic , 2014  

Software-as-a-service customer relationship management giant Salesforce.com has launched a new file-sharing product for the enterprise. According to the company, Salesforce Files Connect is the first product to bring CRM and enterprise file ma

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SugarCRM Execs Sling Veiled Shot Over API Charges at Salesforce

16 Dic , 2014  

Though Salesforce wasn’t identified by name, SugarCRM execs warn that the API charges associated with some SaaS providers can sneak up on you as a rising cost (particularly where deep integrations are done).  In a SugarCRM world, you install your own instance of the open source software (on-prem or in the cloud) or you have your own instance hosted by a SugarCRM hoster like SiteGround…and there are no limits on API usage (no maximum number of calls, no maximum # of concurrent calls).

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Salesforce AppExchange Store Builder Aids App Store Creation

12 Dic , 2014  

Salesforce.com today announced AppExchange Store Builder, a set of tools through which organizations can build their own customizable app stores on Salesforce. Using the same tools that Salesforce used to build AppExchange, organizations can create a similar environment around a select g

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Pivotal vet to head up marketing for Pantheon

4 Dic , 2014  

Matt Stodolnic, a marketing veteran with years of experience at Pivotal, VMware, and Salesforce.com has moved onto Pantheon, the company that’s built its business on Drupal-based content management systems (CMS). San Francisco-based  sees a big opportunity moving companies off of custom-built CMS systems to a SaaS model where it manages and […]

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SnapLogic Extends Integration Reach with Updated Connections

3 Dic , 2014  

The winter 2015 release of the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform announced today adds support for connectors to the Salesforce Analytics Cloud, Sumo Logic log management service and SAP HANA environments, in addition to making S

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Salesforce Embraces OData to Simplify Integration

18 Nov , 2014  

Salesforce has embraced the OData data access protocol to drive a Salesforce1 Lightning Connect integration service that can be invoked as easily by end users as professional developers.

Salesforce is trying to democratize integration by creating a service that the average user of Salesforce applications could easily use, says Scott Holden, vice president of platform marketing at Salesforce.

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Today in APIs: Facebook Doubles Bug Bounty for Advertising

20 Ott , 2014  

Facebook ponies up even more for developers finding bugs. Apple squeezes out more performance with Metal. Plus: Stitch engineers win $1 million Salesforce hackathon, and tips on creating APIs from Netbean’s creator.

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Dreamforce and OpenWorld may be fun for attendees, but for SF residents, it’s tech money run amok

19 Ott , 2014  

Now that Salesforce.com and Oracle have released their grip on downtown SF, let’s take a moment to marvel at the tech excess of their outdoor conference arenas.

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