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An update from Get Satisfaction on the Heartbleed Vulnerability

You have probably heard news about a widespread security vulnerability, known as Heartbleed, that has potentially affected millions of websites and web application around the world. Heartbleed affects the OpenSSL framework, which is the standard used to encrypt data when your computer communicates with web servers over HTTPS. We take the security of our application...
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An Evening of Great Conversation at the Satisfactory

Last night, we hosted our first in series of Get Satisfaction meet-ups in the penthouse of the Hamm’s Brewery Building overlooking San Francisco. It was a great opportunity to socialize and have some lively conversations with Get Satisfaction customers, some prospective customers, and local community advocates and experts (join us in the community to continue...
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Use Communication to Create a Culture of Trust and Collaboration

This video is from our Deep Thoughts at Dreamforce Influencer series. Watch the other videos from the start of the series here.  “The gravitational pull is not towards collaboration. It is towards a competitive nature. It is towards win-lose, not win-win,” said Wendy Lea of Get Satisfaction. Collaboration doesn’t all of a sudden appear, said...
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Thankful in the Satisfactory!

Thanksgiving is approaching, and we have a lot more to be thankful for than a short week (although, I must admit, that is nice….). Check out the top things that our Satisfamily is grateful for this year, then let us know what you’re thankful for in our community! We have a new product! We’ve rebuilt...
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Customers React to our New Community App

If you haven’t lately, take a look at the Get Satisfaction Community — you’ll notice some pretty exciting changes to the overall experience. Over the past few months, our product team and engineers have been busy re-imagining the entire community experience. The result is our brand new Community App. The new product will be generally...
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