Internet of Things.
Easy mobile experiences.
Fast, iterative application development.
These days, it's hard to get through a LinkedIn feed without encountering a post about how businesses need to master them all to compete in today's world.
As companies work to deliver...
Every day, I’m reminded of how fortunate I am to meet and be inspired by incredible individuals who have transformed their careers — and their entire lives — by learning new skills and taking advantage of new technology. And as I watch the number of Trailhead learners increase on a daily basis, I...
Last week I had the privilege of serving as the co-chair of #PaveItForward, an event Salesforce sponsors each year to promote diversity, inclusion, and growing women in leadership at the local level. This year, the event brought together over 100 diversity champions from across the country,...
If I could be you, if you could be me for just one hour
If we could find a way to get inside each other’s mind
If you could see you through my eyes instead of your ego
I believe you’d be surprised to see that you’d been blind
That’s from the start of Joe South’s 1970 hit song Walk a Mile in My...
We held our first-ever Racial Equality summit, Representation Matters, at Yerba Buena Auditorium last Monday. 700 in-person attendees and 126,000 online viewers joined us to celebrate Black, Latinx, and Native Trailblazers in our tech industry and society at large. All of our speakers and vendors...
Over the past year, I had the opportunity of a lifetime: my team and I traveled the country, meeting small business leaders through our Salesforce Growth Camp conference series. Part of this included inviting female executives and entrepreneurs to special TrailblazeHER dinners. And through our...
Throughout history, cultures and social revolutions have been influenced by new “technologies.”
In 16th and 17th century Britain, coffee houses were banned by royal decree due to the social implications of consuming a substance outside of the home.
At the start of the 20th century, Henry Ford...
Earlier this month, Salesforce sponsored a conversation with Chef Roy Choi in L.A. Of course, Roy, who was born in South Korea but grew up in southern California, is way more than a chef. Yes, he made his bones in the kitchens of New York and L.A., but he is also an entrepreneur credited by the...
“How can the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence make sense for my business?”
This is the number one question I get whenever I meet with customers. I understand exactly where the question comes from. It stems from a desire to deliver more “predictive” services for customers — in other...