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By Paul Greenberg on June 6, 2011
Like any technology company – any company for that matter – salesforce.com has an agenda that they are pursuing and they drive their agenda by making business decisions along the way that are designed to benefit their company, their shareholders and their other stakeholders – a broad and fuzzy term for something defined differently from […]
By Phil Wainewright on June 6, 2011
Despite the increasing prevalence of cloud services, many of us remain naive about the necessary steps we should take to keep our online assets secure. These five simple guidelines will go a long way towards helping you keep online threats at bay.
By R "Ray" Wang on June 6, 2011
THE GENESIS Today, we announce an award that celebrates and recognizes leaders who have overcome the odds to successfully apply emerging and disruptive technologies for their organizations. In Search of Protostars Most award programs recognize the technology suppliers for their advancements in the market. Few, if any programs, have recognized individuals for their courage in […]
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By Michael Fauscette on June 6, 2011
The Internet is enabling some very innovative and creative twists on traditional business models. Back in the day (you know, 1995ish) businesses made money simply by selling a product or service directly or perhaps indirectly through a distribution partner. Value…