Backup Files from Salesforce to External Cloud

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8th Feb
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11:00 am UTC
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1 Hr
About Webinar

Do you have a large number of files & attachments in your Salesforce org? Are you finding it hard to store these ever-increasing files in your limited Salesforce storage? Are you ignoring the risk of losing your important files due to human or technical errors? Your one-stop solution for all these problems is to Backup Files with File ZIPO.

In this webinar, our experts explain how you can backup a large volume of files & attachments from your Salesforce org to external cloud storage solutions, such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon S3 & Box.com or On-Premise easily & quickly.

We’re also going to cover the below topics:

  1. Introduction to Backup Files
  2. Why should you use File ZIPO To Backup Files?
  3. How to Backup in a Single Folder for all files?
    Or
    How to Backup in Multiple Folders for all files (Parent/Child Structure)?
  4. How to filter files using multiple options like “Filter by Object”, “Filter by User”, “Filter by Keywords” & “Filter by CSV”?
  5. How to overwrite existing files or add as “New” in an external storage account?

Invest 1 hour of your time with us & we promise to enhance your Salesforce capabilities & experience. Register Now!

About The Host

Expert who will be conducting this webinar
Mohit BansalCEO & CO-FOUNDER, Tech9logy Creators

He is a Certified Salesforce Developer and Administrator with 15+ years of experience. He is proficient at handling all aspects of Salesforce.com like Customization, Configuration, Lightning, APEX Coding, 3rd Party Systems Integration, Apps Development and others. With that, he has also designed and implemented multiple AppExchange apps; these include:

  • Bulk Object Field Creator
  • File ZIPO

Of these two, today we are discussing about File ZIPO addressing concerns like how it saves admins' and devs' time and efforts in doing multiple tasks.

Any questions?

Expert who will be conducting this webinar
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