Category: Events

Dreamforce '14: In Pictures

Dreamforce '14: In Pictures

As much as Dreamforce is about learning, networking, having fun, and giving back, it's also a feast for the eyes, a visual spectacle of tremendous proportions. Here's a small taste of what Dreamforce '14 had to offer. The Dreamforce campground was a spectacle at night. Hackathon participants celebrate making it... Read More»

VIDEO: What We Learned at Dreamforce '14

VIDEO: What We Learned at Dreamforce '14

Dreamforce is all about innovation, fun, and giving back. It is the Super Bowl of cloud computing. And it's an amazing place to learn amazing new things and meet fabulous new people. That's what we did, anyway. In order to get the most out of my Dreamforce experience, I set... Read More»

4 Crucial Steps to Trade Show Follow-up

4 Crucial Steps to Trade Show Follow-up

How much time do you spend preparing to sponsor a trade show event? If you’re in marketing, this question is probably a no-brainer: a lot. Preparing booth signage, finding session speakers, ensuring you have sufficient staff and that everyone is where you need them to be can mean a number... Read More»

ICYMI: Top 10 Highlights from Dreamforce '14

ICYMI: Top 10 Highlights from Dreamforce '14

After all the months of preparation and growing excitement, it's hard to believe that Dreamforce '14 is over. Four days packed with breakout sessions, hands-on training sessions, keynote speakers, networking, sightseeing, and parties can go by fast — so in case there's anything you missed, here's our rundown of the... Read More»

Your Customer Data Strategy Needs to Evolve for Sales Success

Your Customer Data Strategy Needs to Evolve for Sales Success

How we think about customer data is changing. This was a central theme in yesterday's Salesforce Data.com Keynote at Dreamforce. Andy MacMillan, SVP & GM for Data.com, explained that for years the prevailing wisdom has been that tying all our systems together gives us a 360-degree view of our customers.... Read More»

Thursday Agenda: 7 Things You Shouldn't Miss Today at Dreamforce

Thursday Agenda: 7 Things You Shouldn't Miss Today at Dreamforce

Can you believe it’s already the last day of Dreamforce? Fill up your coffee mugs, slip into your walking shoes and hit the pavement to see all of the sights that you haven’t made time for yet. How are you going to spend your last day? Here are the seven... Read More»

Perks & Surprises: Finding the Unexpected at Dreamforce

Perks & Surprises: Finding the Unexpected at Dreamforce

Dreamforce is packed with A-list keynote speakers, over 1,450 visionary breakout sessions, plus the gala with Bruno Mars. But there are also subtle surprises and hidden gems in the midst. Here are some of the perks and surprises that we found while wandering the expansive Dreamforce grounds. Pono Music Experience... Read More»

5 Tips for Maximizing the Rest of Dreamforce

5 Tips for Maximizing the Rest of Dreamforce

Dreamforce is a remarkable opportunity for many things — professional development, networking, discovering new ways to conquer key issues you’re now tasked with addressing. But now that it's halfway over, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed at how to get the most out of time here. Hit pause. You've... Read More»

ICYMI: 5 Highlights from Today at Dreamforce

ICYMI: 5 Highlights from Today at Dreamforce

Can you believe it? Day 2 is already drawing to a close and we're almost halfway through the four-day adventure that is Dreamforce. But before you head off to the Dreamforce Gala and dance the night away with Bruno Mars, here are the 5 major highlights from today, in case... Read More»

Hillary Clinton at Dreamforce: Education, Tech, and a Little Bit of Politics

Hillary Clinton at Dreamforce: Education, Tech, and a Little Bit of Politics

One of the highlights at Dreamforce '14 included an appearance by former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in discussion with World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab. Schwab started by recalling when he first met Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, back when the company had just 12 employees.... Read More»