Salesforce’s standard Lead Conversion leaves a lot to be desired, unfortunately. For example, the standard conversion process does not create an association between a Contact and an Account unless you are: 1. Creating a new Account and new Contact; 2. Creating a new Contact to associate to an existing Account; or, 3. Creating a new […]Continue reading.
Salesforce has recently published a news release that is relevant to all users of middleware solutions. To uphold the best practices in Security, Salesforce has decided to rotate some certificates out during January and February 2018. Google Chrome no longer supports Symantec-issued HTTPS certifications and is now going to use DigiCert-issued certificates instead. This could […]Continue reading.
What 20th-century invention goes best with beer and pizza? If you answered “robotics,” you’re right! (We also would have accepted “Buffalo wings.”) Kidding aside, the CleanSlate team recently joined other technology firms around the Indianapolis area for a program called BeerBots. This event is a joint effort hosted by TechPoint Foundation for Youth and Sun […]Continue reading.
The topic of bimodal IT has been around for several years and I have a couple clients who are actually considering implementing a bimodal approach to meet the needs of a wide customer base. Upon hearing one particular client talk, with enthusiasm, about implementing bimodal for his team, I wondered if the expectations being set […]Continue reading.
An internship is a great opportunity to get real-world job experience that you can’t get in a classroom. At CleanSlate, our software engineer internships allow you to work alongside experienced IT professionals who will show you what it takes to work at a fast-moving technology company. As an intern at CleanSlate, you’ll work on individual […]Continue reading.
We’re happy to report that CleanSlate is now a partner with MuleSoft and its family of products. Our team is officially certified by MuleSoft, and ready to create, design, and deliver results-driven solutions using their platform. What is MuleSoft? MuleSoft (NYSE:MULE) started as a middleware/messaging provider. Today, they provide an integration platform as a service […]Continue reading.
Salesforce wants you to be more secure… On July 22, 2017 Salesforce will officially end support for any integrated connections that utilize the TLS 1.0 protocol. This applies to all browsers, mobile devices, and any integrations with Salesforce that utilize TLS 1.0. Salesforce will require at least TLS 1.1. So, what is TLS?!? Well, TLS stands […]Continue reading.
If you’re interested in cloud technology and the countless ways it’s changing the way business works across the world, you definitely won’t want to miss InterConnect 2017. It’s one of IBM’s premier conferences, and this year’s event is packed with useful speakers and events designed to give you the latest industry expertise about all things […]Continue reading.