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Small businesses typically don’t buy sophisticated CRM tools because they’re expensive to buy and manage. Salesforce aims to change that view with the release of Salesforce Essentials with a range of features best suited for small businesses.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Sequestration hasn’t gone away, but the caps have been raised enough that it may not matter this year.
The EU's GDPR is the most sweeping change to data protection in the past 20 years. C-level executives everywhere are scrambling to get a handle on what it means to their organizations and how they are going achieve compliance.
The midrange enterprise market is the largest in the world, and tech companies continue to come out with new and improved products designed specifically for them. Stakeholders need to keep aware of trends at all times.
Currently in limited preview release, the Skype Profession Accounts consolidates the various parts of running a Skype-based business.
Salesforce is making it a lot easier to connect a company’s data stores with its cloud-based analytics function by including wizard-like connectors in the platform.
More than 30 tools are now available for Windows and Mac that enable users to complete tasks with a single click–from drive cleaning, to presentation mode and to screen recording.
New version of operating system will license for $50 per device annually and will come with features that support the security and management requirements of businesses, company says.
Business is now all about the “customer experience.” Artificial intelligence is the main ingredient for making this happen on a mainstream basis; let's chat about this huge trend on June 14.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Konica Minolta's new Workplace Hub integrates everything from basic office automation functions to security, IoT device management and data storage in a single device designed for small and medium enterprises.
One new model prints 100 color pages per minute while the other uses a replaceable ink pack system for reduced printing costs.
IBM and Salesforce are teaming up their respective artificial intelligence geniuses—Watson and Einstein—to solve analytics-related problems for salespeople all over the globe by helping them close deals.