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Improving Salesforce User Adoption

User Adoption is key to ensuring all your time and hard earned money developing Salesforce for your Business wasn't all for naught. In this post we discuss three things you can do to help ensure Salesforce is not just being used, but being used to its highest potential.

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Is your Company Ready for Salesforce?

You might be able to afford it, you might have determined that you can't afford not to have it. But before you decide to take the plunge we recommend you look inward and assess whether or not your company is ready for it.

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Can You afford not to have Salesforce?

If you are considering Salesforce, you've probably asked yourself "Can I afford this". Valid question. Don't buy a product just because it's trendy, or you think you need it. You should know you need it. So ask yourself this question, can you afford not to have Salesforce?

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Can you afford Saleforce?

When shopping for a CRM, you want the best. Or at least the best that your money can buy. Sometimes sticker shock can scare you away. But think long and hard about the risk and the reward of having a best-in-class solution can do for you and your business. The results may surprise you.

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Ditch your voicemail, and your email too

Voicemail is old school, Email is still relatively new, but still out-dated. Technology keeps helping us to reinvent the way we do things. As a result, these older technologies are starting to render themselves obsolete. And we're not the only ones that seem to think so. Find out which Global company is also doing away with a tried and true communication method.

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You need to be on the web...now

Never has it been easier to reach the Masses. Various web technologies can be leveraged to improve nearly every major facet of your business. Making you smarter, more productive, and ultimately more competitive. If you're not leveraging the web you are missing out. Find out how the web can help make your business better.

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Salesforce Outlook Connector Now Requires Exchange

If you've been having problems getting the Salesforce Outlook connector to work, it's likely because you're not using Microsoft Mail. Recent updates during the Summer '14 release prevent the Salesforce Outlook connector from working under certain circumstances. Read more to find out what your options are.

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Who owns my data in the Cloud?

Are you afraid that once you put your data up into the ubiquitous cloud that it will no longer be your data? A valid concern, since it is yours and you want to keep it that way. Find out how some big-name companies treat your data. 

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Hubspot CRM vs Salesforce

Hubspot just announced its entry into the CRM space. With this announcement comes many questions about what they offer, and how is it different than the current CRM champ (Salesforce.com). Will it be competitive? Will it give me everything I need? Short answer, No. We'll explain why.

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Salesforce 101: Introduction to Permission Sets

Need to make a slight modification to your Salesforce security settings? Don't want to create a new profile for every different scenario? Permission sets can give or take away just the right amount of permissions to your existing Salesforce profiles.

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Do I need to backup my data in the Cloud?

Have you been trying to determine if you need to take extra precautions to ensure that your data can be recovered from the Cloud? Is Data Backup really necessary? See what leading Cloud Software providers are doing to ensure that your data stays safe.

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