Tag: Force.com


FieldStorm 2012 Mobies Finalist

Posted by Tom in Blog, Mobile. Comments Off

10th August

 

FieldStorm has made it through to the “finalist” round of the 2012 Mobies which will be announced at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney on August 30. Help us celebrate the launch of our app and vote for FieldStorm today – click here.

How to Vote

To vote for FieldStorm in the 2012 Mobies follow the instructions through at this link:
http://mobileawards.com.au/MA2012/entry_details.asp?ID=10886&Category_ID=4812

What is FieldStorm?

FieldStorm™ is the cloud application designed for mobile business professionals to give them all the tools they need to manage clients and staff in the field from their iPhone and iPad. Built on the world’s leading cloud computing platform, force.com, FieldStorm™ makes business mobile, improving efficiency, automating workflow processes, improving customer satisfaction, as well as tracking and monitoring workforce performance. The FieldStorm™ app can easily be customised to suit each organisation or specific industry.

Project Team

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What is Cloud computing?

Posted by Tom in Blog, What is?. Comments Off

3rd April

It’s on buses, billboards, TV commercials and one thing is for certain – it’s all over the Internet. But what is cloud computing? Every time it’s mentioned my mind automatically transports me to Cloud City made famous by the Star Wars film, Empire Strikes Back. Much like George Lucas’s mythical creation, cloud computing has a great deal of mystique about it but in reality it is far easier to get your head around than an outpost of the Tibanna gas mining colony in the planet Bespin.

Cloud computing is way made possible by the Internet, with the ability of multiple users to be able to access a shared network. As long as you desktop, laptop or mobile devices has an Internet connection you can access software and data that is stored in a remote location – the cloud.

The lofty aim of … Read More »




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