In the world of system architecture and IT policies, one is bound to run into the term “security model.” Well, what does that mean exactly?
It’s safe to say that the customer is the lifeblood of any business. Without customers buying your products or using your services, your business would cease to exist. That’s why it’s so important to engage with your customers and provide them with personal journeys tailored to their personas. And the best way to start? Use the platform preferred most by your customers.
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Building a content management solution goes beyond just picking a Content Management System (CMS). It starts with asking the right questions during discovery, selecting the right tool for the job, creating architecture, and setting the stage for development.
Going to Dreamforce 2014?
Come meet a couple of Sundoggers who are packing their bags for San Francisco. This year, two of our high-tech experts have been invited to speak in the Developer Zone. In their sessions, you’ll find lots of real-world insights to hit the ground running with the Streaming API and maximizing VisualForce. Not to mention, they’re a couple of the coolest guys you’ll find at #DF14.
Every year there are a few Sundoggers that make their way to San Francisco to attend Salesforce’s annual conference, Dreamforce. This year will mark my second year attending the conference. This will also give me another opportunity to share some of my knowledge I have learned on the platform with others by speaking in the Developer Zone.
It is becoming more of an industry norm for businesses to use social applications for collaboration and communication. Here at Sundog we use Salesforce’s Chatter for a plethora of different use cases and it’s integration with our data has given us the ability to build custom functionality to help it suit our needs. We are also Google Apps users.
This year’s Google I/O was said to be all about the developer. With no new device announcements as well as no new version of Android announced, this seemed to hold true. After wrapping up yesterday afternoon, I have had a chance to digest a lot of the content that was presented.