Salesforce.com's CMO of Marketing Cloud, Michael Lazerow recently wrote a blog about becoming a customer company. Lazerow highlighted a 3 step process of listening, content creation and service delivery as major pillars of a customer company. Here are a few questions to ask to determine your customer company maturity: Read More.
So you love Google Apps but you just aren't sure about paying for it when you can use the free version. After all with the free gmail address, Google calendar and Google online storage, why bother paying for Google Apps for Business?
The following small business classes and events, presented by Austin's Small Business Development Program, are open for you to sign up:
The subject of cloud-based business applications is becoming better understood every day. Many small firms are already familiar with things like Dropbox for sharing files, Salesforce.com for customer relationship management or even Skype for phone calls but until now they never thought of them as cloud. Read More.
Many businesses benefit from using Google Apps because it provides all of the services they need in one package. However, you may not get the full benefit unless you have a Google apps administrator helping you along the way.
I hope the majority of America still doesn’t directly equate interning as fetching coffee and being an office slave. Facing a tough job market, gaining work experience in any way possible is an important factor for a young job seeker. And the sooner you can start gaining that work experience, the better. As a freshman or sophomore in college, you have substantial time ahead of you to seek out professional opportunities. When universities let out for the summer break get an internship and a summer job. Read More
Coolhead Tech's internship program got started last year and included several inbound marketing and Google Apps interns. This first "class" of part-time student intern projects has been a huge success for the business and students. They have also helped our partners and clients grow stronger.
Although I no longer hold the stock, I still find myself defending Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) quite a bit. That in and of itself might seem like a problem -- when a company of Microsoft's stature needs so much validation. There's still a lot of good in this company, however. This despite the fact that it seems the tech world -- specifically Apple and Google -- has left Mr. Softy in the dust. And now Microsoft is looking to make up the difference in the cloud. Will it be enough? Read More