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Salesforce Acquiring Heroku – Major Platform for Social Apps

Salesforce Acquiring Heroku – Major Platform for Social Apps

By Chris Crum December 8, 2010

It’s only Wednesday, but it’s already been a huge week for Salesforce. The company is hosting its Dreamforce conference, and has already introduced a free version of its "Facebook for the Enterprise" Chatter product, and launched Database.com to go head to head in the Database space with Oracle. 

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