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Capstorm CS:Managed Salesforce Backup Solution

Provides businesses with reliable way to protect and restore Salesforce data, and allows it to be accessible and verifiable off Salesforce platform.

Capstorm is announcing its Managed Backup solution specifically engineered for Salesforce users; CS:Managed.

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This solution will provide businesses with a reliable way to protect and restore their Salesforce data and allow it to be accessible and verifiable off the Salesforce platform.

Salesforce is an essential tool for businesses of all sizes, providing a platform for managing customer relationships, sales, and marketing efforts. However, despite its many benefits, Salesforce data is not immune to data loss, corruption, or cyber-attacks. CS:Managed solution addresses these critical risks by completing and verifying a Salesforce backup managed by the firm’s engineers. With this solution, businesses know their data is safe and secure. free from accidental deletion, data corruption, or malicious attacks. CS:Managed offers a range of features that enable businesses to protect their Salesforce data, including automated backups, point-in-time recovery, downstream analytics, and full restores with enhanced security measures.

We are thrilled to bring this new service to market,” said Ted Pappas, CEO. “We understand the importance of what Salesforce data means to our customers of all sizes. This new solution provides a comprehensive and reliable way to ensure your Salesforce data is protected, can be verified, and restored. I’m confident this solution will mitigate the risks associated with data loss and enable our customers to focus on what they do best.

About CapStorm:
It is a provider of Salesforce Data Management solutions. With a focus on providing confidence in backups, capabilities for off-platform Salesforce data integrations, and controls for encryption of data at rest. The company is committed to enabling a pathway to control of Salesforce data off platform.

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