Manage Salesforce Archive Costs With CS:Archive

CS:Archive, a new extension powered by CS:Enable, caters to the critical needs of businesses by streamlining archival processes and introducing benefits that redefine how organizations handle their data. With benefits like the ability to manage your storage costs, control your data recovery, and more, CS:Archive is set to change the way businesses manage and optimize their Salesforce instances.
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This isn’t just another tool; it’s a strategic move to address the challenges associated with record retention, storage costs, and overall Salesforce risk management. Let’s dive into the key advantages that set CS:Archive apart from other Archival tools on the market.

Easily Manage Salesforce Storage

Managing Salesforce storage costs can be a daunting task for businesses that use Salesforce. With the passage of time, records such as old or outdated data can accumulate and take up a significant amount of storage space, which can add up to substantial costs. This is where the CS:Archive extension comes in handy. It is a solution that can help reduce storage costs while ensuring that the accessibility of records remains intact.

CS:Archive provides businesses with a way to manage Salesforce data effectively, even when a business has a large volume of rarely used records. Here are some of the ways the CS:Archive extension can help:

Decreased Storage Costs

CS:Archive identifies and archives records that are seldom used or outdated, leading to the ability to control Salesforce storage costs. By intelligently managing data, businesses can plan and optimize their Salesforce resources and allocate budgets more effectively.

Maintain Regulatory Compliance

Record retention regulations can be a maze, but CS:Archive simplifies the journey. With features like cascade deletes and visualizers for archive storage, businesses can seamlessly align with regulatory requirements, while controlling costs.

Speeding up Salesforce Instances

By decluttering the Salesforce environment and optimizing record retrieval, CS:Archive contributes to the overall speed and efficiency of Salesforce instances. Users experience faster access to relevant data, improving productivity across the board.

CS:Archive Drives Efficiency

To fully leverage the benefits of CS:Archive, it’s essential to have a strong technical foundation in place. This extension has several advanced features that can enhance your processes and transform the way you work, including:  

  • Mass Deletion: The new deletion tool addresses critical issues, ensuring precision, predictability, and flexibility in the deletion process.
  • Filtered Delete: The tool limits the scope of delete operations, ensuring only the intended records are affected.
  • Child Record Delete: The tool can seamlessly delete child, grandchild, and related records within the specified object hierarchy.
  • Audited Delete: CS:Archive generates comprehensive audit reports, detailing the exact records deleted, including child records.

So, whether you’re a small business or a large enterprise, CS:Archive can help you achieve your goals and stay ahead of the competition.

Recovery Process: A Safety Net for Deleted Records

CS:Archive introduces a recovery process, allowing businesses to retrieve deleted records from the CopyStorm Archive. While maintaining CapStorm’s recovery benefits, this feature provides a safety net for accidental deletions from Salesforce.

Data loss can be a nightmare for any organization. That’s why it’s crucial to have a reliable archive system that ensures deleted records don’t disappear into oblivion. CS:Archive is a powerful tool that provides enhanced visibility beyond the Salesforce platform. It’s a user-friendly extension that’s integrated within the CapStorm web app. 

With CS:Archive, users can easily view data in CopyStorm databases through a seamless web-based user interface. This tool is designed to streamline the data management process, enabling users to access archived data quickly and efficiently. With CS:Archive, you can rest assured that your data is safe, secure, and easily accessible whenever you need it.

Maximize Data Sovereignty and Security with Data Viewer

CS:Archive’s external Data Viewer allows users to create a complete mirror of their Salesforce data in their own database, which is located outside the Salesforce platform. This gives organizations full control over their data and provides the added advantage of being able to access the data via CapStorm’s locally hosted web app.

Moreover, this Data Viewer provides organizations with granular user controls, which means that you can limit data access to specific users or groups. This is a useful feature for organizations that need to restrict access to sensitive data. With granular user controls, you can ensure that only authorized users can access the data they need.

Elevate Your Salesforce Archival to New Heights

Businesses can rely on CS:Archive to tackle critical challenges in Salesforce management. By strategically managing storage costs, ensuring regulatory compliance, and implementing cutting-edge technical solutions, this extension empowers businesses in new ways.

If you’re curious about how to improve your Salesforce archival process by pairing our CS:Enable solution with CS:Archive, please reach out to one of our team members. We’ll be happy to show you how CS:Archive can reshape your archival process.

Steven Welch

Steven Welch

Steven has over a decade of experience with content writing and design, and works to bring CapStorm's stories to a wider audience.

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