CRM platform owners wrongly assume that because their SaaS data is in the cloud, it’s protected.
The reality is that data loss and data corruption are certain to occur--whether by accident, malicious intent, or forces of nature. The moment it does, the disaster recovery clock starts ticking. Business continuity plans are put to the test, and the viability of your business may well be measured by its resilience.
How Quickly Could You Recover Lost Salesforce Data?
Everywhere you turn, stories about business continuity, disaster recovery, and IT resilience seem to be popping up. While these terms aren’t interchangeable, there is a constant component in each one: backup and recovery.
Why It’s Smart To Treat Your Data Like Your Infrastructure
With over 200,000 customers around the globe, Salesforce is the #1 CRM platform in the world. If you’re one of those clients, you’ve chosen a best-of-breed platform for your customer-facing team, one that has a passionate community of experts behind it to help you every step of the way.
Salesforce is a secure place to house and manage data, but it has limitations when it comes to data backup and recovery. There are DIY options for backing up and recovering Salesforce data, but these can be time-consuming and less secure.