Validation rules are an important tool in a Salesforce admin’s toolbox to help ensure your precious data stays as clean as possible. Validation rules can be difficult to wrap your head around, but this article provides some tips that may make using this important functionality a little easier.
Downloading and verifying that a file hasn’t been inadvertently or maliciously changed has been the job of admins for a while. Ideally, to make sure the file you have downloaded is exactly the same as the source, you would make a byte-to-byte comparison. But that’s not often practical or possible for files you’ve downloaded.
Additionally, that just proves the file you downloaded was the...
Salesforce reporting has some amazing capabilities. With just a few clicks we can see our key accounts with open opportunities, our leads with upcoming activities due, and our contacts with recent call logs. These are all-inclusive asks and can be run fairly intuitively. But, sometimes we’re looking for what’s NOT there – and for this, knowing how to make use of cross filters in Salesforce...
Are you struggling with SharePoint? Have the search and workflows been giving you a headache? Well, you're not alone, and there are a few things you can try to remedy the situation. Keep reading for a first-hand account of an issue one of our engineers helped a client through. We hope that by sharing our troubleshooting experience, we can help keep your systems running.
Maintaining your vSphere environment is key to keeping your users happy. Keeping the environment secure, stable, and performing at its best is essential. One tool that stands out for this task is the VMware Skyline Health Diagnostics Appliance. This tool assesses and makes recommendations for vCenter, ESXi, and vSAN to ensure the best performance.
As we continue to navigate the effects of COVID-19, newly remote offices are being presented with new challenges for their IT infrastructure and cybersecurity.
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare. Your system crashes, your hard drive crashes, you’re the victim of a cybersecurity attack and all your files are encrypted – you’ve lost all of your data.
This blog was written by Nik Vargas, founder of Cybersecurity firm Nimble Defense.
In the wake of Windows 7, Microsoft has started sending strongly worded, full-screen upgrade warnings to all Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate users. These warn that they’ll no...
Large organizations aren’t the only ones who need technology to compete in their respective markets. Companies of all sizes prioritize operational efficiency to hit short- and long-term goals but not all of them are equally equipped to sustain it like an enterprise-level organization.
With warnings of a potential economic downturn approaching, many business owners are shifting their focus inward to fortify their position for shaky markets. While small and mid-sized business owners who play the long game of business development are paying off debts and collecting cash for this potential stall, one commonly overlooked expense is technology debt.
In a nutshell, technology debt...
Setting up a strong information governance framework with well-defined roles and responsibilities is an essential task for any organization with a data management system.
Moving your business into a new office space is often both an exciting and stressful transition. Some surprises and setbacks may be unavoidable, but strong planning beforehand can help you avoid major missteps.
We’ve all been there before. You’ve spent hours working hard on a PowerPoint presentation and you’re just about to finish it up when, suddenly, the application crashes.