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Effective CRM Software: Minimizing Risks in Today's Tech Landscape

Today, effective customer relationship management is crucial for businesses in all industries amidst our rapidly evolving technological landscape. CRM software plays a pivotal role in enabling organizations to streamline processes, enhance security measures, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Transforming Business With Microsoft Dynamics NAV Developers

Businesses worldwide are increasingly realizing the transformative potential of technology to maintain their competitive edge. This recognition has led to a growing reliance on technology-driven operations to thrive in the global market. Consequently, there's a surge in demand for skilled developers capable of implementing and customizing enterprise software solutions. Among these solutions, Microsoft Dynamics stands out as indispensable for businesses seeking that edge.

What a Vulnerability in Salesforce Apex Code Means for You

Varonis researchers have recently disclosed that several government agencies and private-sector companies had customized or added features to their Salesforce Apex code that leaked data, allowed data corruption, or allowed an attacker to disrupt business functions. Impacted data included the usual suspects like phone numbers, addresses, social security numbers, and username/password combinations.

Securing Success: The Crucial Role of Cybersecurity in CRM Development

In the era of digital transformation, businesses harness the power of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems to streamline operations, enhance customer interactions, and drive growth. However, as the reliance on CRM solutions intensifies, so does the need for robust cybersecurity measures to safeguard sensitive data and ensure the integrity of customer relationships.

Why Data Security Starts with Salesforce

Customers want digital experiences that make their lives easier and wallets lighter. However, they have a complicated relationship with their personal data. They don’t trust most companies, but they also won’t stop sharing information with them. Salesforce’s 2020 State of the Connected Customer report backs this up, noting that: Businesses start every new relationship having to earn their customers’ trust.

SOX Compliance In Salesforce: What's In Scope And How To Make It Simple

It is increasingly common for Salesforce Orgs to be in scope for SOX. Auditors are concerned about revenue-related data and critical business processes on the platform. The problem is that Orgs are complex, often highly customized, and much of what auditors are most concerned about is hidden away in custom objects or very difficult to track.

Best Practices for Managing Salesforce Data Security and Compliance

It shouldn’t be a shock to point out that data breaches carry a huge reputational risk — one that almost always impacts the bottom line. As we can see from any number of recent, highly publicized incidents, not taking data security seriously can result in serious consequences.

Dirty Data and Technical Debt: How to Clean Up NetSuite

As you work in NetSuite and evolve your account over time, you’re going to accumulate some baggage. Typically, this baggage will come in two forms: ‘dirty’ data housed in the system, and obsolete metadata (system customizations), aka technical debt. Though these are two separate issues, they’re closely related — getting rid of technical debt will make your NetSuite account easier to use, which will improve the overall quality of the data within it.