[Narrator] Let's talk about the…often ignored subject of data backups.…Data is precious, and personal computer hard drives…can fail at any time.…They're prone to damage, and they're made to be…very low cost, but not to last.…A compelling reason to use the cloud for data storage…is that the server maintenance,…including hardware and backups, is handled by experts.…Salesforce is a cloud computing solution…for storing your valuable data.…And the great news is, that Salesforce…maintains automatic backups of their customer data,…which can be recovered at any time.…
It's still a great idea to regularly backup…your organization data locally, so you can restore it…and avoid having to rely on Salesforce backups.…Now, there are a number of ways to export…and store data for save keeping.…You can simply rely on Salesforce in the event you need…to restore, and in that case, they're going to charge you.…You can prepare reports to export your data and then…export them as CSV or Excel files,…and you can use Salesforce's data loader…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
- Explain Salesforce editions and cloud types.
- Describe Salesforce Chatter features.
- Outline the Salesforce access permission features.
- Summarize lead functionality in Salesforce.
- Use Salesforce assignment and escalation rules.
- Construct Salesforce objects using relationships and schemas.
- Demonstrate formatting and interactivity in Salesforce reports.
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Prepared
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3. Working with Salesforce
4. Customizing, Branding, and Social
6. Data Management
7. Data Security
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