Salesforce Administrators: The Better Way for Salesforce Backup is now Mobile-Enabled
Are you a Salesforce Administrator who uses Salesforce1 and wants to augment the Weekly Export with an easy-to-use automatic daily backup? We’ve got good news for you: Spanning Backup for Salesforce‘s mobile-enabled version is now out of beta. This means you can monitor your backups within the Salesforce1 environment on your mobile device, extending Spanning’s seamless Salesforce backup experience.
Spanning’s commitment to the Salesforce community is reflected in ongoing innovation in Spanning Backup for Salesforce, including this release for Salesforce1 Mobile and our recent Restore release—and there’s more to come.
In just the past six months, Spanning Backup for Salesforce has earned several five-star reviews on the Salesforce AppExchange, and has backed up 200,000,000+ objects, 1,050,000+ attachments, and 6200+ different object types (including those like Financial Force and Marketo). We’re excited about all the Salesforce users we’ve helped to date since we launched the solution into the AppExchange in March, and as organizations like yours adopt Salesforce1 Mobile, we’re ready help you do your job on the go.
For those Salesforce Administrators who might not have been following us when we announced our Restore functionality, here’s what you need to know:
- Spanning Backup provides automated, secure, daily backup and recovery for all your Salesforce data, from your Accounts, Contacts, and Leads to your customizations, metadata and attachments. See what Salesforce Knowledge Article Number 000003594 says about what the standard Weekly Export includes.
- You also get complete, point-in-time restores: the retrieval and replacement of your data, from any point in time, directly back into your Salesforce records. Salesforce Knowledge Article Number 000004037 mentions that Salesforce recommends that you be able to back up and restore your own data, in addition to using the Weekly Export.
- With Spanning Backup and Restore for Salesforce, you can get back to work sooner than with any other solution in the event of a data “upsert” error, a human error, or other errors that may cause data loss.
Salesforce Administrators can learn more about how to back up Salesforce with Spanning on the AppExchange here, and in this blog post. If you have (or get) Spanning Backup for Salesforce, our Salesforce1 mobile-enabled version comes with your subscription. And don’t forget to look for us in the Salesforce Success Community and at Dreamforce Booth N2236—we’re ready to help you protect your data on the go.