By better integrating its Inbox software with calendar apps, Salesforce says it aims to make it easier for sales and marketing professionals to access customer data during meetings and on the go.
Perhaps bowing to popular demand, Microsoft has backed off a previous announcement that it would end support for some machines running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 next year.
While Salesforce isn't shouting from the rooftops about its decision to acquire the "living document" platform provider Quip, it clearly sees big potential in integrating Quip's offerings into its own.
Users like the convenience of Google’s Drive suite of applications, but the Docs, Sheets and Slides apps haven't felt the love from mobile users. An update to those apps aims to make them easier to use.
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