Salesforce's Winter 20 has a number of Critical Updates and updates re: Product Retirement. Read for why, when, and what to do to prepare.
Moving to Lightning, has taught me a few things as an admin/dev, and it is time to share! So here are some musings/lessons/thoughts about rolling out Salesforce Lightning...
Everyone loves data, I am sure of it… The key difference though, is most people in their right mind, simply wouldn’t admit it. Data is useful, particularly in this day and age, in what is now commonly referred to as the Information
Salesforce Winter ’18 has now been rolled out across all Salesforce instances. As you have noticed, Salesforce Classic didn’t get many feature updates, and almost the entire release is Lightning Experience focused. You might have
Data is such a big focus for anyone working with a CRM, Salesforce is no exception. Previously we looked at migrating data into Salesforce. But what happens when you need to remove data? Cleaning a Salesforce org can present a few challenges.
As an #AwesomeAdmin – are you aware of which of your users is going to be affect by TLS 1.0 being disabled in Salesforce? Hopefully the answer is NONE! But the July 22nd 2017 is fast approaching, have you gone through the checklist to
What is Optimizer? Simply put Salesforce Optimizer is a reporting tool which gives you valuable insight into areas which may need addressing within a Salesforce instance. The report is very easy to read and I can’t tell you how much I love
How can planning a roadmap be used to support your Salesforce org? Especially when it is used by more than just one team in your the business. How can you ensure you deliver what is truly needed? How do you prioritise your
Previously I raised the issue of technical debt, which is an issue that can easily impact any Salesforce org. Trying to find out just where to start can feel like trying tame a wild beast. We’ve all been there… Questions like, is
Does technical debt keep you up at night? The bogey-man that is technical debt can sneak up on you when you are least expecting. It adds complexity and delays releases, and is something you always have to remain vigilant of. But you can master