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Issue: 58

Dec 11, 2018

All About Devtac


Keep your Productive Juices flowing during the Holidays!

The holidays are here, and as much as you would want to get a lot of work done, some of your colleagues and employees would rather spend time at home with their families - especially in the midst of the Holiday Spirit. Stores will get busier, and business will run as usual. You want to keep your tea ... more


Smashing the Data Silos

One of the major challenges the team at SugarCRM is harnessing the contents of all of the customer data silos within an organization and leveraging them to deliver insight to your organization. Often, customer data exists in multiple disconnected systems including websites, marketing automation, CRM ... more


Enterprise Outlook, Exchange, and Office 365 integrations for SuiteCRM

Implicit Inc. specializes in Outlook integrations and, quite frankly, they are really good at it. The newest member of their family of products is the recently launched Outlook Plugin for iOS, Android & OWA. This release coincides with major new releases of their other three fantastic products b ... more


Salesforce Named a Leader in First-Ever Forrester New Wave for SaaS Marketplaces

We are thrilled to share that Salesforce has been named a Leader in The Forrester New Wave™: SaaS Marketplaces, Q4 2018 report. In its evaluation of AppExchange, Forrester found Salesforce “still leads the SaaS marketplace world.” AppExchange is the Salesforce Store, helping customers extend Salesfor ... more


Bring in EventBrite attendees for timely follow-up marketing

Conferences, meet-ups, etc can be a powerful marketing tool, but it takes more than just showing up to get a full return on investment. By using EventBrite for your events and syncing it to SuiteCRM you can better market to your attendees in a timely manner and get more out of these opportunities. ... more


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SugarCRM SMS Integration

SugarCRM Google Calendar Integration

SugarCRM DocuSign Integration




Automation Will Create More Jobs, but Workers Must Reskill

Mobile app development, a field that didn’t exist 20 years ago, now employs some 12 million individuals worldwide. McKinsey predicts that new occupations, not in existence today, could account for as many as 10% of jobs by 2030.Salesforce recently caught up with James Manyika, Chairman and Director ... more


What Is Cloud Testing Anyway?

The industry is indeed talking more openly and volubly about cloud testing now. The cloud may always be virtual, but you can still test in it, of it and for it. By now, most of us have gotten used to the idea of cloud computing. When a technology starts to feature in consumer advertisements without e ... more


The blind woman developing tech for the good of others

An accident in a swimming pool left Chieko Asakawa blind at the age of 14. For the past three decades she's worked to create technology - now with a big focus on artificial intelligence (AI) - to transform life for the visually impaired. "When I started out there was no assistive technology, ... more


Can Automation Fuel Your Small Firm’s Next Growth Wave?

For many people, robots mean big business. When the word “automation” starts getting thrown around in the media or in conversation, it's usually associated with massive robotic arms slinging heavy workpieces on factory floors or industrial software systems controlling some large-scale operation. Impl ... more


Why you need a supercomputer to build a house

A new generation of startups is fighting against the over-regulation of housing When the hell did building a house become so complicated? Don’t let the folks on HGTV fool you. The process of building a home nowadays is incredibly painful. Just applying for the necessary permits can be a soul-cru ... more

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Wall Street tumbles, indexes post biggest weekly losses since March

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Huawei: The rapid growth of a Chinese champion in five charts

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U.S. says March 1 'hard deadline' for trade deal with China

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BOC order keeps tight watch on appraisers’ work to ensure correct valuation of imports

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) has issued a memorandum order in line with further monitoring principal appraisers (PAs) to ensure the accuracy in the declaration of documents falling under customs valuation purposes. Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) 26-2018, signed last week by Customs Commissioner ... more



Paris on high alert as city shuts down for 'yellow vest' protests

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Despite PH withdrawal, ICC to keep an eye on Duterte’s drug war

MANILA, Philippines - The International Criminal Court (ICC) announced that it will continue to assess the alleged crimes against humanity under the Duterte administration’s war on drugs despite the government’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute. In a report released Dec. 5, on preliminary examination ..more

Japan enacts controversial law to accept foreign workers

'Opposition parties raise questions about the law, claiming that it fails to consider its potential impact on Japanese society and does not protect foreign workers' rights. TOKYO, Japan – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition early Saturday, December 8, rammed through legislation to br ... more

What is the state of democracy in Asia?

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UN eyes 2019 Yemen peace talks

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