What was once considered sci-fi is now becoming a standard feature.
All of us understand the convenience of simply telling Alexa or Siri to turn on the lights, start the air conditioning, or increase the volume when your favorite song comes up. But over the last couple of years, voice recognition and voice-controlled software has matured to become highly sought-after even across the enterprise sector – saving time, increasing productivity and enabling even greater mobility. Continue reading →
There’s a reason why sports teams have their logos on all their gear – from caps to socks and everything in between. Apart from selling even more merchandise, it invokes the image and values that both players and fans should buy into.
Resco’s business mobility solutions for Salesforce have come a long way. In terms of both = platform & business development. Today, we work with hundreds of Salesforce solution engineers, ISVs, customers and partners. They all have one in common – they want answers to their questions.
More than 40 Q & A, divided into 5 topics are now a part of the Salesforce FAQ section of our website. This is an extended collection of popular questions we often get during calls, webinars and in-person demonstrations. Here is a small sneak peek of them: Continue reading →
To avoid typing in the password every time you launch the app, you can use fingerprint scanning to access your Resco Mobile CRM fast and securely. But do you know how to set it up on your iOS or Android device? Continue reading →
This year’s exhilarating ride of Salesforce gatherings is far from being over. In fact, all the fun is just getting started! As for today though, we can cross out 6 out of 10 Salesforce “shows” we plan to attend in 2017 from our list. Continue reading →
Cupertino vs. Mountain View, the droid or the apple, or simply Android vs. iOS. With the demise of Blackberry 10 OS, and a little over 1% market share for Windows, Apple and Google mobile platforms have effectively seized the entire mobile market over the past years. And even though the debate which system to choose is a long running one among consumers, it has only recently grown to similar proportions among the business community. Take a closer look with us at both systems’ security, apps, hardware & more as we uncover what iOS and Android have in store for enterprise use.Continue reading →
Yes, it’s true. Microsoft’s mobile client for Dynamics CRM (a.k.a. MoCA) does not support Android 4.4. Which leaves a couple of people disappointed. If you are one of them, I’ve got a simple solution for you: