Salesforce is continuing its international data center expansion with a second data center in Japan, announced this week. It will join the company’s other Japanese data center opened in 2011 when it lights up in the first half of next year. Salesforce hasn’t disclosed the provider, but its first data center in Japan is with NTT, and the company has frequently used Equinix globally.
Customer relationship management giant Salesforce is warning its customers that they may be targeted by the new Dyre or Dyreza malware, which is designed to steal log-in credentials. Dyreza spreads via phishing emails, with malware attachments that are activated via social engineering (convincing users to click on what otherwise appears to be a legitimate attachment).
Founded in 1999, Salesforce.com (CRM) is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software services, which helps organizations manage critical operations such as sales force and marketing automation, customer service and support, document management, analytic and custom application development. Leveraging its expertise in on-demand software has allowed the company to increase the scale operations and moreover, it has been currently expanding its product portfolio through new services, especially cloud products.