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Salesforce Sandboxes: Why and How to Use Them Effectively

If you ask a Salesforce CRM user “What is a Salesforce sandbox?” you may or may not get a straight answer. However, if you interact with Salesforce Developers or Administrators, they are sure to possess a wealth of knowledge on the topic. In layman’s terms, a Salesforce sandbox is a practice environment used for building and testing functionality within a system that is similar to production. These sandboxes provide a safety net for developers, administrators, and architects, enabling them to test certain features within the Salesforce CRM without impacting users in a business’ live production system.

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The Rise of SaaS

Now that we are some 20+ years into the cloud computing era, SaaS is no longer taboo…it’s the norm.  However, the transition created by digital transformations or cloud-first initiatives has many enterprises thinking “How will we ensure data security and compliance requirements are met?”

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My Salesforce Journey

How our own Rebecca Grey, Customer Success Superstar, went from a 24/7 on-call job to an amazing tech career that feeds her passions! Being a part of the Salesforce Ecosystem is about being a part of something empowering.

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Why CapStorm?

CapStorm is a core piece of enterprise data strategy for hundreds of global customers. Salesforce data replication powered by CapStorm feeds data warehouses for the world’s largest financial institutions, many pharmaceutical groups, and even government agencies. Salesforce business continuity is a core function that many organizations achieve with CapStorm, but this Salesforce data assurance is just the beginning. True Salesforce data autonomy provides enterprise-grade data protection, control, utilization, and governance. CapStorm empowers Salesforce users to get the most out of their data.

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