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Practical Limits for Configurability


The last few months, my team has been working on a sample SaaS application to demonstrate the multi-tenancy concepts Iíve been describing in my papers and blog. One of the areas we spent some cycles thinking about are the aspects of...
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Social Media Marketing Takes Three Dimensional Thi


Social media marketing is a good old fashioned off shoot of offline networking. However, we often forget those skills and tricks in our online social media strategies. Your goal should be to create remarkable, extraordinary, and memorable...
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Force.com for Google App Engine


Salesforce.com made two fantastic announcements today at their CloudForce event in New York. The first is Force.com for Google App Engine (demonstrated on stage by Marc Benioff and our own Narinder Singh using an extension of our work with...
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Digg Finally Drops the DiggBar and Applies a 301 R


Digg short URLs now do a 301 permanent redirect (instead of rel=canonical) thus passing on all the PageRank and search engine juice to the publisher's...
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Automated Screenshots from Command Line


Learn how to capture automated screenshots of multiple web pages from the command line in one go using the rendering engine of Internet Explorer, Safari or Google...
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Executives talk about the problems in Enterprise S


There were 2 very interesting SaaS discussions organized during the Always On Summit at Stanford. One session was titled ĎWill the Next Salesforce.com Please Stand Up?í and the other was titled ĎWill SaaS Disappear in the...
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