Advice from industry analysts about SaaS data protection is coming in about as fast as companies are making the move to SaaS applications. And the consensus is unquestionable: If you’re using SaaS applications like Google Apps for Work, Salesforce, or Office 365, you need a solution to back up your data in those applications.
Admins know that restoring data in Salesforce is difficult due to the highly customizable nature of the platform, as well as dependencies and “parent-child”
When we announced our Spanning Backup for Office 365 beta, we expected a strong, positive response. But we were surprised by how much our beta customers “get it.”
If you’re a SaaS application administrator (for example, you manage Google for Work, or Salesforce, or Office 365) and don’t know much about the importance of metadata for your SaaS apps, you’re not alone.
When Stephanie Herrera became Volusion’s Salesforce application manager, one of the first things she investigated was how the company was currently backing up data in this crucial SaaS application that acts as “the central nervous system”
Happy World Backup Day from Spanning! It’s our favorite day of the year here at Spanning — a day that reminds the world about the importance of backup and restore for SaaS applications.
Most people dread the question, “How do you like your job?”
With services ranging from web design of e-stores to online marketing, payment processing, and Ecommerce analytics, it’s no surprise that Volusion’s customer base is wide and continues to grow at a rapid rate. And to track, contact, and serve these customers, Volusion uses Salesforce.
Like all mysterious creatures of legend, revealing themselves for just a few magical moments before disappearing into thin air again, the ATX SXSW Startup Crawl is soon to breeze through the streets of downtown Austin for one adventure-filled evening of networking, craft brews, and tech talk. And, if you visit Spanning during the crawl, you’re guaranteed an experience even more mythically awesome than you thought possible.