A new report is out from analyst firm SSG-NOW that provides helpful advice for anyone wanting to evaluate a cloud provider from a data protection perspective.
Research shows that cloud data loss is more pervasive than commonly thought, with around 58% of organizations reporting data loss in the last year. Do you know the leading causes of data loss in cloud applications?
Salesforce MVPs are chosen for their leadership, knowledge and expertise. Today we speak with Matt Bingham, an engineer with BigAss and a Salesforce MVP. Read on to get his tips for monitoring, protecting and “cleaning”
Today is a huge day in the history of Spanning Cloud Apps, Inc.; we’ve agreed to be acquired by EMC Corporation to be the foundation of their “born-in-the-cloud”
Our team recently attended the 2014 CSA Congress. As members of the Cloud Security Alliance and passionate advocates for increased cloud security, we were interested to learn from this community of like-minded individuals as well as share some of our knowledge. Here’s what we learned.
There are a lot of things you wouldn’t do just once a week. So why is backing up your Salesforce data one of them?
Even though salesforce.com takes great care to protect your data, recent news about Dyre malware shows that Salesforce administrators need to do more for data protection, and they need to do it NOW. Don’t worry: we’re going to show you ways to minimize the risks posed by Dyre, and how to recover from this or any other potential data loss.
Though experts agree that relying on SaaS vendors to back up and restore your data is insufficient, that’s exactly what much of the business world is doing, according to a new report from IDG Research.
Last Thursday’s gathering of salesforce.com admins and partners at DeVry University in Naperville was filled with a pragmatic pioneer spirit, as we explored the Salesforce Weekly Export and Spanning Backup for Salesforce.
Last week, I met with Salesforce User Groups in San Antonio, Texas and Portland, Oregon, learning from each and sharing a better way to backup and restore Salesforce data and metadata. What did I learn? To paraphrase Dickens, it was the best of times for a better backup and restore solution, and the worst of times for admins who rely only on the Salesforce Weekly Export.