Enterprise software analyst, blogger, author, speaker and executive at IDC focused on emerging trends in the enterprise, which currently includes social, mobile, cloud and the networked business. Formerly a software executive at a wide range of software vendors including Autodesk, PeopleSoft and MRO, Inc and three silicon valley software startups, I moved to the analyst side in 2006. The group I lead at IDC covers CRM, EA, PPM, PLM, SCM, cloud and SaaS, pricing and licensing, and software partners, channels and alliances. Frequently quoted by the press on topics related to enterprise software, social business, enterprise mobility, cloud computing and other emerging enterprise trends. My IDC Profile. LinkedIn Twitter

4 responses to “Dreamforce 2011, the Recap”

  1. TechAxcess » Important Messages From Dreamforce 2011

    […] been said that Salesforce, and their charismatic new CEO Marc Benioff are possessed of one of the most complete visions for the social enterprise that anyone’s seen thus far. One can’t argue with that- they do have […]

  2. Are Cloud Computing AND Social Enterprise both at Tipping Points? | Australian Cloud

    […] to hear it everywhere and all sorts of business people are picking up the message – see here and see what you find on Google […]

  3. Our Top 3 Takeaways from #DF11 « Steel Brick Blog

    […] it means you can use our application from wherever you are, whenever you want. And thanks to Chatter Connect, you can share documents and other Chatter information on all of your other applications—from […]

  4. Can Yammer 3.0 challenge the big social collaboration tools? | Collaboration for Good

    […] reading this blog because you’re interested in collaboration and social business. If DreamForce was any indication, social tools that are nested within an organization’s business tools and processes […]