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This week’s app round-up: business apps

October 18th, 2011 | by Aaron Tan
The engaging experience offered by smartphone apps has led consumers to prefer interacting with products and services on mobile devices. This has spawned a race among businesses to roll out consumer apps as a competitive tool to...
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Oracle zeros in on the cloud and big data

October 8th, 2011 | by Aaron Tan
Amidst the brouhaha surrounding the spat between Oracle and Salesforce at Oracle Openworld this year, Oracle unveiled a public cloud service to strengthen its position in the SaaS market.┬áThe world’s second largest...
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No-show for Salesforce at Oracle OpenWorld this year

October 5th, 2011 | by Aaron Tan
The growing rivalry between Salesforce.com and Oracle reached a pinnacle this week when Oracle reportedly canned a Salesforce.com keynote at its annual confab. In a statement today, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said Oracle...
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Tibbr 3.0 and the crowded enterprise social network market

July 18th, 2011 | by Chan Chi-Loong
Everybody is looking at social media as the next gold rush. It’s not surprising, given that social media has moved beyond the consumer space and into the enterprise. At a press event last week, infrastructure software...
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Salesforce.com: We’re giving CRM social networking tools for free

September 23rd, 2010 | by Chan Chi-Loong
Barely has Salesforce.com’s social networking tool Chatter been launched — exactly three months since their launch date of Chatter on June 22nd — and they are pushing out Chatter version 2.0 out already....
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Salesforce.com and their Cloud 2.0 vision

May 26th, 2010 | by Chan Chi-Loong
Every good story needs a hero and a villain. In Salesforce.com's case, that villain is Microsoft, who is the poster boy for enterprise software. Or so that is the narrative that Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff wanted to...
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Salesforce.com’s Chatter and the enterprise social networking market

March 31st, 2010 | by Chan Chi-Loong
The future of business collaboration is in web-based social networks, and software vendors of all stripes are all stampeding to gain mindshare in this space. For example, IBM has LotusLive, Microsoft has their Azure platform, and...