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Ask Me Anything: 10 Answers to Your Questions About Salesforce Backup

Salesforce users have access to both native Salesforce backup solutions and third-party data backup and restoration options. The Salesforce Data Backup Service was discontinued in July 2020, but was reintroduced in March 2020. To ensure optimum security and performance of Salesforce data, users must understand a number of things about Salesforce backup and data management. In this article, we'll look at some frequently asked questions and the answers provided by experts.  1. What tools does Salesforce use for data backup?   It's a prevalent misperception that cloud-based applications like Salesforce don't require backup. While cloud service providers will handle disaster recovery in the event that something goes wrong on their end, this does not apply to everyday use. In fact, even when data is stored in the cloud, users may remove or overwrite it, necessitating the usage of an adequate backup strategy.   Salesforce comes with a number of native solutions for backin

Data Loss in Salesforce: Are You Ready for It?

Salesforce, the popular CRM software, has been the dominant force in the industry for decades. While it is great for its many functions and features, one of the biggest downsides of using Salesforce is that you have to deal with storage limits. Deletion is a forced part of managing your data in Salesforce, as there may come a day when you need to free up space on your Salesforce org without hurting your pocket. Have you prepared for data loss? Data is everywhere nowadays, which means the potential for it to be lost, corrupted or compromised is sky high. To prepare for this unlikely but devastating scenario, look into data recovery tools like Archive on Cloud (AoC) . AoC offers instant data backup, easy recovery of data and versioning too. What is Data Loss in Salesforce? Data loss is the process of something going wrong with your Salesforce data. This can happen when a user creates an issue that causes drastic changes in the data, or when a new feature is introduced and these ch

Don’t Lose Key Data via the Salesforce Recycle Bin

Sometimes it is extremely frustrating when technology fails you. This can happen if someone accidentally deletes data, the Recycle Bin unexpectedly gets emptied, and your critical data can't be recovered.   Do you know how the Salesforce Recycle Bin works? What you should do if you unintentionally delete production data? How you can keep Salesforce  data protected? Let's dig in...   What is the Salesforce Recycle Bin?   The most overlooked feature of Salesforce is the Salesforce Recycle Bin. This feature allows users to put data in the recycle bin, delete them and even restore data that was mistakenly moved to the bin.  The Salesforce Recycle Bin sounds like a clever fix to the problem of deleted data, but it does have its limitations:   You may not be able to recover deleted data if it’s not been more than 15 days since the original deletion. Did you accidentally delete important data? if you want to get it back, it could cost up to $10,000 USD and take weeks. This is ho

3 Reasons To Secure Your Salesforce Data With Archive on Cloud (AoC)

Salesforce Cloud is the most efficient technology adopted by the top IT companies. To enable a business to achieve more in a shorter time, Salesforce has set controls to ensure consistent system performance. However, storage is a significant obstruction in the Salesforce environment. Salesforce storage is categorized into three types - Data storage, File storage, and Big objects. Every department in the organization is allocated a specific storage space - and beyond that, the limit might exceed. Data growth in Salesforce is inevitable hence you will need a manage data with the right strategy. One of the ways to increase or expand storage is through Archiving old data. AoC (Archive on Cloud) is a highly comprehensive data protection solution designed to protect Salesforce - and other critical business solutions beyond situations. In addition, it accelerates your business operations and growth through data protection features. With AoC - you can backup your data in Salesforce in