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  • Building A Framework For Sustainability Crunch Network

    Building A Framework For Sustainability

    Platforms are what make the technology world go ’round. Great platforms create value for technologists everywhere — be it a technology-specific platform like what Google has newly open-sourced through Tensor Flow, a customer-specific platform development environment like Salesforce or a truly horizontal platform like what Amazon offers through AWS. This value stems from the fact… Read More

  • Behind The Prezi Pixels

    Interactive presentation startup Prezi has been in quiet mode lately, but invited us behind the scenes to discuss its startup roots in Budapest, Hungary, and juggling two offices in different time zones. Prezi pulls in clients the likes of Salesforce, Lufthansa, Marriott and IBM to create unique presentations. It has also seen an explosion in growth since hitting the scene in Silicon… Read More

  • Starting Up In A Downturn
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    Starting Up In A Downturn: How Okta Built Its Enterprise Company

    In today’s tech climate – where financing sources are plentiful and investor optimism is generally high – many believe that there has been no better time to get funded and realize their startup ideas. But Todd McKinnon would tell you that the best time to start Okta was in 2009 – just a few months after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the beginning of the great… Read More

  • Trello Launches Revamped Business Offering With Third-Party Integrations

    Trello Launches Revamped Business Offering With Third-Party Integrations

    Back in 2013, project management service Trello launched its ‘Business Class’ service as a basic paid offering for teams that needed extra features like Google Apps integration and more granular administrative controls. Today, the company is launching a revamped version of its business offering that introduces new features like third-party integrations with tools like Slack, GitHub… Read More

  • New RelateIQ Reporting Shoots For Deeper Insight

    New RelateIQ Reporting Shoots For Deeper Insight

    RelateIQ, a tool that helps growing businesses manage their sales, announced a major update today that brings advanced reporting to the tool. This is a feature that has been long overdue. The company, which was sold to Salesforce.com last July for $390M provides CRM services for small companies. Its differentiator to this point has been to help small businesses manage their CRM automatically… Read More

  • Salesforce Hopes To Ride Analytics Wave With New Business Intelligence Service

    Salesforce Hopes To Ride Analytics Wave With New Business Intelligence Service

    Salesforce.com will unveil a new analytics service tomorrow morning they have dubbed Wave. The product will be introduced by CEO Marc Benioff at the company’s Dreamforce customer conference in San Francisco, but according to a Salesforce spokesperson, it is already available in the AppExchange now. It was one of the worst kept secrets in technology as just about everyone I talked to… Read More

  • Salesforce Pours $6M Into SF Schools, Computer Science Education

    Salesforce Pours $6M Into SF Schools, Computer Science Education

    Salesforce.com, one of the most visibly involved tech companies in San Francisco local politics and community, said it’s gifting $5 million to the city’s public schools and $1 million to Code.org for computer science education. “We’re really doubling down on what we learned in our first year of creating digital classrooms and we’re really focusing on computer… Read More

  • Apple Watch Will Drive Wearables Into The Enterprise

    Apple Watch Will Drive Wearables Into The Enterprise

    Wearables are very likely going to have a role in the enterprise, and it could be sooner than you think, especially in light of today’s Apple Watch announcement. If it takes off like previous i-devices, it could have broad implications for wearables in the enterprise. It stands to reason that just as the iPhone and iPad that came before it, the Apple Watch will begin to show up in… Read More

  • AOL, Adobe, Salesforce Among 30 US Companies Said To Be Violating EU Data Transfer Deal

    AOL, Adobe, Salesforce Among 30 US Companies Said To Be Violating EU Data Transfer Deal

    Thirty US companies — including software giant Adobe, TechCrunch owner AOL and SaaS CRM purveyor Salesforce.com — have been identified as in probable violation of a EU-US agreement aimed at safeguarding personal data transfers in a complaint filed with the FTC by US consumer privacy rights NGO the Center for Digital Democracy. Read More

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