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Tim Coste, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Progress, will be digging into the world of real-time access to Salesforce data in a special presentation.
By the end of 2015, Gartner estimates that more than $180 billion will be spent on cloud services. With more than 60% of businesses utilizing cloud for IT-related operations, accessing data across the cloud is becoming more complex. Instant data access is an absolute necessity, but given the diverse size, scale and format of information, it's difficult to achieve. Retrieving data, in the cloud or on-premise, provides organizations with the real-time information needed to operate effectively and efficiently.
A huge amount of this cloud data is stored in the Salesforce CRM system. That’s why next week Senior Product Marketing Manager Tim Coste will be digging into the world of real-time access to Salesforce data in a special presentation.
Simple Access to Cloud Data
Date: Sept 30, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Tim Coste, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Progress
Register today and tune in next week, when Tim will show you how to:
Jared Douglas is a Marketing Specialist at Progress, working on the DataDirect business. Since earning his Bachelor's degree at North Carolina State University, he has been responsible for coordinating content for the Data Connections blog and talking about the latest and greatest from the world of data connectivity and integration.
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