Dyre malware, a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan, has recently shifted its targets from financial institutions to Salesforce users to steal customer information held by businesses.
As enterprises brace for a deluge of wearable devices, one of the last holdouts, Apple, just secured a key patent for its fabled smartwatch.
To tap into that growing enterprise wearables market, customer relationship management software giant Salesforce.com is launching Salesforce Wear, CRM software and developer tools for wearable devices.
Salesforce customers using the vendor's mobile cloud platform, Salesforce1, just got a big boost in workflow efficiency. Seismic has launched its sales enablement solution on Salesforce1 to help sales reps access company content from mobile devices.
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The average smartphone has more computing power than NASA used to put a man on the moon. What does that mean for the enterprise? Those devices are being wasted if employees are just using them to check email and send text messages or play Angry Birds.
With a focus on mobile, sales and particularly Salesforce users, cloud-based content management provider SpringCM has partnered with an app company--SteelBrick--which creates price quoting apps, to release a new application to help speed up sales cycles.
2013 was an unpredictable year for mergers and acquisitions in the content management space.
Marc Benioff has decided to abandon the notion of the social enterprise like last year's fashions. It's on to the shiny, new thing.