Are you ready to ‘join the customer company revolution?’ If your company uses Salesforce CRM or is thinking about implementing Salesforce CRM, it’s not too late to sign up for Dreamforce 2013. Dreamforce is Salesforce.com’s annual user conference and is recognized as the largest cloud computing event of the year. This year, Dreamforce is focusing on the theme ‘join the customer company revolution’ and is taking place from November 18 – 21, 2013 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The conference will include keynote addresses, over 1000 expert-led sessions, a Cloud Expo featuring over 350 cloud computing companies and their solutions, pre-conference training sessions, certification exams, Dreamforce Gala and more.
What are you doing November 18 – 21, 2013? Check your calendar and book those four days off for Dreamforce 2013 – the cloud computing event of the year. Salesforce.com‘s annual cloud computing event takes place in San Francisco, California and includes: keynote addresses from industry leaders, over 1000 expert-led sessions, Cloud Expo showcasing over 350 cloud computing companies, opportunity to become Salesforce certified professional, networking opportunities, and more.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the practice of allowing employees to use their personal mobile devices for work. With the growth in business cloud apps that run on leading mobile platforms like iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android (Samsung, Motorola, HTC etc.), BYOD has become an attractive option to business owners. Here’s our list of the top 4 reasons why BYOD is an attractive option:
The Salesforce Chatter app recently got a nice face lift for iOS and Android devices. It was a handy app before, but now it’s a much more powerful one. Why? Simply the addition of records to the app. Now you can look up all the details or related records on any record (normally visible to you on the desktop) and post to its feed directly. When posting, you can continue to use @mention and use #topic tags like before. Here are a few screen shots from a Galaxy S3:
According to Salesforce.com, Salesforce Touch “…gives you real-time access to the same information that you see in the office, but organized for work on the go “. It’s designed to work with all touch devices, however as of the Salesforce Spring ’13 edition only Apple iPad (2nd- and 3rd-generation), with iOS® version 5.0 or higher is supported. For us Android aficionados, that leaves us a little wanting to say the least. However, for those keen to use Salesforce Touch on their Android, there is a temporary solution until it is officially released. Here’s how: