Archive: January, 2014

by Jaime Grimes

What’s On Your Phone? Jason Folsom

The Greater Gabbard wind farm in Suffolk, England

Jason Folsom, Commercial Head of Offshore Wind for the Americas at Siemens, is a Georgia native and a self-professed music guy, though surprisingly, he doesn’t play any wind instruments.

Jason started playing the drums, keyboard and singing background…

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by Jaime Grimes

Salesforce Certification: How to Become Salesforce Certified

Salesforce developer jobs and admin jobs are hot, hot, hot.

As demand for Salesforce.com increases, hiring companies need more certified Salesforce developers and certified Salesforce administrators to implement and maintain their systems. Make yourself more marketable as a Salesforce.com expert and receive Salesforce certification to stand out among other potential…

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by Mark White

4 Things Your Company Should Know About Salesforce1

Salesforce1 is a unified app development platform created with device convergence in mind. It allows incredible freedom for ISVs, developers, administrators and every user to innovate apps for desktop and mobile use.

This approach to unlocking mobile app development for organizations is built for today’s needs: Mobile and social solutions…

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by Ted Chappell

6 Cool New Features in Windows 8.1

With my new Windows 8.1 Surface RT, I’ve found I can do everything I need to do for work while on the move (aside from programming).  Here’s the six coolest features about Windows 8.1:

Windows Smart Search reinvented
The new Smart Search allows me to search everywhere – all…

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by Bob Bailey

4 Ways to Keep Healthcare Data Safe in the Cloud

While security risks are always possible in healthcare data gathering and storage – whether they’re stored on the premise or in the cloud – cloud computing in healthcare has come a long way in the past three years.

Fueled by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Health…

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by Jaime Grimes

What’s On Your Phone? Tammy Gordon

As the Vice President of Social Communications for AARP, Tammy Gordon manages a nine-person social media team with a direct-follow audience of more than 2 million people. Her team  has trained hundreds of AARP staffers and thousands of AARP members on how to more effectively use social media, and…

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