It’s no surprise that Salesforce is the leading cloud-based software provider in the world. It currently delivers service to more than 150,000 businesses globally, employs over 56,000 employees, generated $21.25 billion during the 2021 fiscal year, and has captured 19.8% share of the CRM market, which is more than its four leading competitors combined.
Salesforce has an array of tools to benefit its users, but those tools can only do so much. Certain precautions must be taken by companies to better protect themselves, one of which is data protection. Safeguarding Salesforce data is not Salesforces’ responsibility; that lies with the company. In all honesty, there’s a shared responsibility — Salesforce is responsible for protecting the infrastructure, application, and service availability; protecting your company’s Salesforce data must be done by you.
Why is protecting your Salesforce data so important? Let’s consider four areas:
Now that you know why protecting your Salesforce data is so vital, how do you know you’re applying best practices to ensure data is safe and secure? Consider the following elements every good protection strategy should include:
The lifeblood of any organization is the data it captures and uses to accomplish its mission or purpose for existing. When an organization uses a platform like Salesforce, that data is particularly crucial and should be protected at all costs. To learn more on how to best protect your organization’s Salesforce data, view this infographic and contact Anexinet+Veristor for a consultation.
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