When it comes to cloud computing and CRM there is typically one name that comes to mind first, and for good reason. Salesforce is a behemoth in CRM, leading competitors by a large margin with its 19.7% market share. This dominance is owed not only to the impact of Salesforce tools on a business, but also to the fact that Salesforce is constantly looking ahead at technological advancements and improvements. It’s why Forbes has named Salesforce as one of the world’s most innovative companies six years in a row.
With so much advancement coming out of its San Francisco headquarters, it’s important for current and potential Salesforce users to take a look at what the most recent innovations mean, and to explore the future of Salesforce offerings. [···]
Making the business decision to migrate data and applications to the cloud, either from your physical site for the first time or from one cloud environment to another, is a crucial task to execute correctly. In order to avoid compromising sensitive enterprise information, you need the best talent on your side to guarantee that the process is conducted successfully.
The IT talent shortage is especially prevalent when seeking cloud expertise. Knowing you can’t just hire the first person you interview to get it over with, due diligence must be taken. Look for and consider the following traits and areas in order to find the best talent for your cloud migration project. [···]
The fact that cloud computing has so rapidly grown into an essential business tool is pretty much old news. But the challenge of strategizing, scaling and hiring for cloud based infrastructure, services, and platforms is an ongoing problem.
While cloud technologies have enabled businesses to achieve greater agility and focus on their core value propositions, these technologies affect and challenge businesses on a comprehensive level, across operations, functionality and deliverability. This is in part why DevOps has become integral to the conversation. In short, DevOps seeks to overcome the inefficiencies and disparity that occur when development and operations are separated; namely, by improving speed of delivery and quality of user experience. [···]