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Cloudfinder attends Dreamforce 2013

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

The need to protect important CRM data increases as more businesses move to the cloud where data loss due to corrupted data import or third party applications is not covered. Cloudfinder takes the opportunity at Dreamforce to show resellers and customers the market’s most advanced cloud-to-cloud backup for Salesforce. Cloudfinder’s new version for backup for…

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Cloudfinder updates backup protection for Salesforce users

Friday, November 8th, 2013

The need for automated and reliable Salesforce backup is huge. That’s the reason why Cloudfinder has upgraded the Salesforce cloud backup solution for business. As from today Cloudfinder offers a new version with improved capacity for very large accounts and new integrated restore features. The user interface have gone through a complete redesign, making it…

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Cloudfinder now protects Microsoft Office 365 users

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

More and more companies are realizing that cloud service providers only cover data loss due to failures on their end. That means that in order to protect your data against events such as user mistakes and external intrusion, you will need to have a backup strategy. Our cloud backup platform now comprises Office 365, providing…

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Backup for SaaS data is unnecessary, until it isn’t

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

A common question our sales team gets goes something like this: “Why do we need extra backup, we’re buying a service from [Google Apps, Salesforce, Office 365], shouldn’t they make sure our data isn’t lost?” It’s a good and valid question that we at Cloudfinder keep coming back to. There are numerous studies, like this…

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The Cloudfinder for Google Apps School – Restoring information to Drive

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

In Google Apps, information that is deleted in Drive is eventually permanently deleted without any chance of recovering it. That is, unless you have a Cloudfinder backup. VIDEO: Here’s how to restore information to Google Drive using Cloudfinder To try this for yourself, pick up a free trial for your Google Apps domain, and stay safe in the…

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