A good governance plan is essential to helping your organization achieve its goals and mission. In addition, a good governance plan is key to maintaining risk management and compliance. In this blog post, you’ll learn practical definitions of what governance is — and what it isn’t — and why and how to go beyond good governance to data protection.
As more nonprofits move their organizations to the cloud by using G Suite, Office 365, and Salesforce, they’re finding benefits, and some unexpected threats to data security. Users and admins alike can accidentally delete data. Learn what every every nonprofit needs to know about threats to SaaS data.
We can all use a little good news now and then. And this post is focusing on the bright side of having a third-party SaaS backup in place. While Spanning Backup is a great tool for protecting against human errors or malicious attacks, organizations that keep a cloud-to-cloud backup enjoy everyday benefits beyond protection for a rainy day.
Ransomware attacks are increasing, getting more sophisticated and sparing no industry. In this blog we examine both sides of a ransomware attack — ways to prepare a solid defense (or offense) to prevent an attack and pointers to repair the damage if you do suffer an attack.
Best practices in managing Team Drives data loss risk include assessing your current state of restore readiness, testing your restore processes regularly and evaluating solutions that automate accurate restores. Learn how Spanning Backup for G Suite protects your Team Drives data.
With Spanning Backup for Salesforce, you’ll be safe from metadata loss for 14 different metadata types — Dashboards, Reports, Email, Layouts, Objects, Permission Sets, Profiles, Roles, Triggers, Workflows, Classes, Pages, Flows and Flow Definitions. In this blog post, we show you how simple it is to restore.
Spanning’s new metadata restore functionality for Salesforce now allows your team to automatically compare and restore 14 important metadata types without manual intervention, which can free up hours — or even days — when seeding sandboxes or recovering from loss
We’ve made it all the way to number 10 in our blog series, and just in in time for Friday, May 25, 2018, the date the GDPR will become enforceable. But relax, we’re here to provide you with peace of mind in the last blog of our GDPR series with tips and pointers to keep you GDPR compliant — on May 25, and beyond.
Salesforce Ben and Daivat Dholakia, Senior Product Manager at Spanning, discussed an interesting use case — what it would take to restore Salesforce data into an org even if your Salesforce production org is unavailable. Read this spirited Q&A to learn more about backup for Salesforce.
In the last three blogs of our GDPR series, we examine the impact of the GDPR on your organization, Spanning and SaaS providers in general. In blog #9 in the series, we take a look at our journey to GDPR compliance and provide you with tips for your own organization.