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Salesforce Chatter Brings Social Collaboration and Media into Business

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At Salesforce.com Dreamforce 2009 conference a new generation of technology for enterprise class collaboration and social interactions has been introduced for business called Salesforce Chatter. Salesforce describes this as a new ‘Cloud’ of computing beyond their sales and service clouds that are already available in their second generation cloud versions. This interestingly named product is a combination of collaboration technologies that enable Facebook-like interfaces for discussion across sales and service applications within Salesforce.com. The software is available as a service where you rent access to the use of the collaboration capabilities on a monthly basis but available as part of existing subscriptions to Salesforce CRM applications and platform.

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Comments (2)
An excellent article Mark. Very informative.
Posted by Sunil R | Monday, November 23 2009 at 11:41PM ET
Very interesting Mark, something worth looking into.
Posted by Matt P | Monday, November 30 2009 at 2:46PM ET
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