Your Digital Transformation Roadmap
Migration, management, security and governance best practices you need for life in the cloud.
Once a day, automatic backup with the ability to schedule more. Data protection and retention requirements are always met.
Access, search, and restore Salesforce data granularly or in bulk, at the organization, object, record, and field level.
Data’s safe in the cloud. Breaches and attacks are no match for Microsoft Azure Encryption plus user account security.
Salesforce’s recycle bin holds deleted data for 15 days. Recycle bin’s full? Data’s permanently deleted, and users can even empty their own recycle bin.
Salesforce charges an organization a flat fee of $10,000 for their data recovery process, which includes manual work and time.
They’ll manually export your account, but that’ll take 6-8 weeks. Almost two months without critical data and records…this could cost millions.
Their data recovery process doesn’t include metadata…it only holds customer data. So, kiss your reports, configuration settings, and dashboards goodbye.
Salesforce strongly encourages you to protect data via a partner backup solution, like AvePoint, to run full reports and export them to your desktop.
Salesforce replicates your live environment in real time, which means any records you’ve deleted—accidental or intentional—won’t be restored.
Prevent data loss—back it up every day the AvePoint way. Automated or ad-hoc, it’s up to you, schedule additional backups up to five times a day. All backup data is stored securely in Microsoft Azure.
Comparison reports let you see how your Salesforce objects and metadata have changed between backups, and help locate the entity you must restore, when you need it.
Recover an entire Salesforce organization, an object, a record, or even a single field. Find and locate all via keyword search.
Roll back your records and entities to a specific point in time, letting you roll back and overwrite unintended changes or deletions.
Admins can centrally control restore processes, or power users can get involved to recover a record, or a record’s field(s) directly from Salesforce.
Review backup and restore details, including records, time, and job status (of frequently used objects), like accounts, leads, contacts, and opportunities.
Gain full visibility of how your Salesforce backup and restore service is being used, including login, backup, and restore.
Gain insight into Salesforce backups, restored data, run extra backups, view API usage, graphs, and user activity, and make audits.