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Now thatís a Big PaaS Market


Prominent industry observers such as Dion Hinchcliffe, Phil Wainewright, and McKinsey have been busy lately discussing the rapidly evolving ďplatform as a serviceĒ offerings from companies such as salesforce.com, Amazon, and Google. One frequently...
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Where in the World is Appirio?


While I would like to claim that the reason this blog hasnít been updated since September is because the entire company has been out of the office solving world hunger, that isnít exactly true....
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Managing Design Projects! An Event for Project Man


There are lots of great events for designers, we even host a handful of them, but what about events for folks that are often behind the scenes managing the projects or programs, and products? The project management team here at Adaptive Path...
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Proximity Searching in Salesforce.com (demo)


The recent release of Arrowpointe Maps introduced functionality to perform proximity searching within Salesforce.com. We call it ďSearch NearbyĒ. With the click of a button from a record in Salesforce, you can search for Leads, Accounts and/or...
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Training Presentation for Building Google Friendly


The webmaster team at Google has put together this 20 minute video presentation with tips on how to improve your site's presence on Google and how to deal with common issues like duplicate content, fluctuating PageRank, image search,...
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Designing for Gestures - Lessons From Print


As a digital and web designer, most of my work has traditionally lived on a screen. Sure, I believe in the power of hand-sketching concepts and paper prototyping, but after a certain point in a project my focus moves to, and stays with, the...
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