Backupify, a provider of cloud-to-cloud backup and recovery solutions for software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, yesterday announced a significant feature enhancement to its Backupify for Salesforce product with the ability to restore objects in Salesforce.
Backupify for Salesforce users can now securely, automatically back up and restore data in their Salesforce accounts.
The Backupify for Salesforce solution gives Salesforce admins an automated, daily backup of their critical Salesforce data. Now restoring this important data back into Salesforce is a seamless process. The one-click restore feature ensures that objects such as accounts, contacts, leads, campaigns, opportunities, contracts, and more are restored back into a company's Salesforce instance. Users can choose to restore an entire object or just a selection of records from that object.
Backupify protects a company's Salesforce data from the threat of data loss, whether from user error, a third-party application overwriting data, a missed manual backup, or incorrectly mapped fields.
"At Root Capital, we've been using the Backupify for Salesforce product since its inception, and the continuous updates and innovations to the product have made my job easier over the years," said Meghan Butler, business systems analyst at Root Capital, in a statement. "The addition of automated restore will further simplify the way I back up our Salesforce data."
"Backupify's Salesforce customers are committed to data continuity best practices, and we're committed to offering them the most comprehensive Salesforce backup product," said Rob May, CEO of Backupify, in a statement. "Backupify was the first cloud-to-cloud backup solution to provide backup for Salesforce data, and now we're continuing the first-to-market trend as the only cloud-to-cloud backup solution with a restore feature."
Backupify for Salesforce, now with one-click restore, is available on the Salesforce AppExchange or through Backupify directly. The company has been offering data backup for Salesforce.com since March 2012 when it introduced Snapshot for Salesforce CRM, a limited one-time backup service for data stored within a company's Salesforce CRM account.