Whether it’s caused by human error, integration errors, or bad code, lost or corrupted data means difficult questions for the technical team. Specifically, CTOs, CIOs, and other technology leaders are accountable for major disruptions to their organization’s tech stack.
Avoid an embarrassing situation by asking the right questions now rather than after a data loss. How long can we afford to be without our data? If our SaaS platform were temporarily unavailable, could we access our data? With OwnBackup, you can answer these questions confidently and avoid a major disruption to your business.
New functionality, integrations, and org migrations can be highly-transformative projects for your business. However, they also involve risks like accidental data loss and corruption, which, if unnoticed, can grind these projects to a halt while you recover the missing data.
Any successful digital transformation relies on accurate and available data. Implementing OwnBackup’s backup and recovery solution, along with sandbox seeding, will allow you to eliminate data downtime while simplifying major projects in your CRM application.
To provide connected experiences across channels and departments, companies store extensive data within their CRM platforms. If this data is lost, it can impact the entire company with increased labor costs, data recovery fees, lost reputation, revenue impact, compliance fines, and loss in productivity.
It’s never been clearer that data resilience is a critical component of overall business resilience. That’s why you must be able to back up, archive, and recover your valuable information with a cloud data protection platform like OwnBackup.
The cloud is a big reason companies can release new features at such an incredible pace without having their site go down. CRMs like Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and others have incredible uptime and availability.
Keep in mind though, that just because your data is in the cloud doesn’t mean it’s protected. Having rapid backup and recovery processes in place should anything go wrong can not only help you move faster, it will also help you avoid a messy data disruption that jams up business.