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  • Salesforce Wear, What Does That Mean?

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  1. Lastest Hard Drives Compute News | Sahulatbazar World Informations

    […] Salesforce Wear, What Does That Mean? Wearable computing hove into view in a big way yesterday when announced Salesforce Wear, a capability that enables developers to build new apps for teeny tiny screens and devices that you, well, wear. Wearables is a … It's time we … Read more on Enterprise Irregulars […]

  2. Salesforce Wear, What Does That Mean? - Enterpr...

    […] Excerpt…Salesforce did some smart things. First, they made available some reference applications based on their developer pack. The apps showcase a number of innovative business use cases that won’t exactly be second nature to you unless you are an oil rig worker needing to fix some complex bit of technology (yes, there’s a reference app for that). Second, they made these reference apps available as code for anyone to see, evaluate and modify in an open source way. This will help speed the adoption of Salesforce Wear and identify missing components and new opportunities. Finally, Salesforce is not limiting their deployment to a small number of devices, they’re casting a broad net in an attempt to support the fledgling market. Imagine if Microsoft had done the same thing with Office when the iPad was first announced. __________________► Receive a FREE daily summary of The Marketing Technology Alert directly to your inbox. To subscribe, please go to (your privacy is protected).  […]