Salesforce No Longer Offers Data Recovery: How To Build Your New Backup Strategy
Join AvePoint to learn critical decision points for developing a successful Salesforce backup strategy for your organisation.
THIS WEBINAR HAS ALREADY AIRED. YOU MAY WATCH AN ON-DEMAND RECORDING BY REGISTERING BELOW.
Duration: 1 Hour
Vice President of Product Strategy, AvePoint
John HodgesVice President of Product Strategy, AvePoint
John is Vice President of Product Strategy at AvePoint, focusing on developing compliance solutions that address modern data privacy, classification, and data protection needs for organizations worldwide. John has been actively engaged in the SharePoint community for several years, working with many Fortune 500 companies to drive sustainable adoption of Microsoft technology and optimize SharePoint’s larger purpose-built implementations. John’s insights and opinions on modern Information Technology can be found in various industry publications, as well as throughout this numerous speaking sessions in webinars and at events worldwide.
Solution Engineer, AvePoint
Eric KrusiSolution Engineer, AvePoint
As a Solution Engineer, Eric provides AvePoint’s global customer base with insight and knowledge on solutions to manage and protect Office 365 data. Eric has worked in the IT field since 2008, with experience across all areas of the Microsoft and Salesforce Stacks. Eric is passionate for advising organizations on industry best practices during their digital transformation journey.
Last August Salesforce stopped offering its Data Recovery Service to customers “due to the length of time and reliability of the process.”
Ultimately, this is a positive change. Organisations won't be shocked waiting weeks for Salesforce to restore their critical data and it gives you the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate your Salesforce backup strategy.
Our backup experts will guide through the critical decision points for developing a successful strategy for your organisation.
- What Salesforce backs up for how long, and what gaps currently exist
- Common data loss events
- What data types to backup at what level of granularity and frequency. Don’t forget the metadata!
- Management best practices—delegating administration and how often you should test restore your backup data.