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Enterprise-Grade Security for Your Cloud Part 2: Information Security and Data Protection

Enterprise-Grade Security for Your Cloud Part 2: Information Security and Data Protection

In my last blog, “Enterprise-Grade Security for Your Cloud Part 1: Defense in Depth,” I discussed how CallidusCloud uses a “defense-in-depth approach” to secure your data in the cloud. Today, I’d like to continue that discussion specifically around the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model and how CallidusCloud addresses some security issues that typically arise for companies exploring the use of SaaS applications.

By Vinod Choudhary | November 25th, 2014

Enterprise-Grade Security for Your Cloud Part 1: Defense in Depth

Enterprise-Grade Security for Your Cloud Part 1: Defense in Depth

Businesses large and small can now reap the benefits of cloud computing, including the availability of core business applications via the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. But while the benefits of such a model are great, so is the perception of risks.

By Vinod Choudhary | November 17th, 2014

Should Salespeople Prospect Anymore?

Should Salespeople Prospect Anymore?

Editor’s note: I met Ken Thoreson several years ago while hosting a webinar, and his down-to-earth, practical suggestions and approachable way of phrasing discussions were a real breath of fresh air. He’s not one to get caught up in the jargon of sales – not that he lacks the opportunity to indulge. The author of five books, including SLAMMED!

By Chris Bucholtz | October 9th, 2014

4 Tips to Make the Perfect Acquisition

4 Tips to Make the Perfect Acquisition

The mergers and acquisitions markets are super hot this year with blue chips like Pfizer and Comcast doing the rounds. Deal volumes have soared to over $1.75 trillion, the highest level seen since the Great Recession.

By Poornima Mohandas | August 14th, 2014

Why Sales Leaders Should Care About Facebook’s Numbers

Why Sales Leaders Should Care About Facebook’s Numbers
Last week, Facebook announced some “phenomenal numbers”; its revenues shot up 61% beating all Wall Street expectations. With a dramatic rise in its mobile advertising business, Facebook now corners over 18% of the mobile advertising market even as it inches closer to its much larger rival, Google.
By Eric Brown | July 30th, 2014

The Internet of Things: Connecting the Dots

The Internet of Things: Connecting the Dots

The Internet of ThingsWhen did science fiction become science fact?  The Internet of things is making what was once thought of to be impossible, very, very real.

By Amanda Silvernale | January 31st, 2014

Enterprise Mobility: New Ways to Create Amazing Sales Experiences for your Customers

Enterprise Mobility: New Ways to Create Amazing Sales Experiences for your Customers

New Ways to Create Amazing Sales Experiences for your CustomersWhen we think about the hot trends of 2014, nothing comes to mind faster than enterprise mobility.  We can all agree that things have changed in the corporate world – we’re more distributed than ever before.  As a result, when we look at technology to help us do our jobs, the first thing we look for

By Amanda Silvernale | January 23rd, 2014

Nanotechnology – The Answer to Sales Success

Last week scientists at our top secret 'Cloud Labs' R&D facility hit a major engineering breakthrough. For many months they have been experimenting with nano-technology and trying to apply it to sales. Early animal tests were promising and we have started trialing with our sales force here at CallidusCloud. Over a period of 30 days our test sales people have been consuming these microscopic engineered cells designed to seek out and attach themselves to the synapses in the brain, ear and eyes.

By Giles House | April 1st, 2013

A Better Path to Growth

A Better Path to Growth

By Ronald J. Fior, Senior Vice President, Finance & Operations and Chief Financial Officer Last week, I attended the CFO Leadership Summit 2012 in Orlando, where I hosted a workshop on financial modeling on profitably driving sales revenues. As I prepared for the workshop, I realized that my standard sales capacity model for meeting Wall Street targets and growing sales revenues had evolved to look at a series of potentially more powerful variables than just capacity, including sales force productivity and pipeline.

By CallidusCloud | March 23rd, 2012

Sales is from Mars. Marketing is from Venus. Money Does the Talking

By Lorna Heynike, Senior Vice President of Marketing, CallidusCloud As sales leaders look for ways to be more effective (in many cases with fixed headcount), they need to look at the broader organization to identify adjacent groups that can bolster their performance, including the call center, sales engineers, inside sales reps, and yes... marketing.

By CallidusCloud | January 23rd, 2012
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