Quickly View Data through Lightning Bar Support and Decryption Pre-Processing Support
As we saw more and more of our customers developing robust Business Continuity Plans (BCPs), we realized something... it’s not just about the regulations!
Sure, most highly-regulated industries like Financial Services, Healthcare and Life Sciences or Retail/Commerce have always been required to capture audit trails on commonly-changed fields:
But many are creating ‘recovery blueprints’ with their Business Continuity strategy... and some use them to also grow their business.
Unplanned down time has a direct and material impact on our customers’ top and bottom lines:
Unplanned downtime can cost up to $17,244 per minute (Source: Ponemon Institute - 2016 Report)
27% of businesses reported a loss of revenue due to an IT data outage (Source: SpiceWorks - 2018 Study)
31% of businesses reported a loss of $10,000 to $100,000 from an outage (Source: SpiceWorks - 2018 Study)
By using GRAX, customers can take control of their sensitive customer data, allowing them to bring that data back under their Business Continuity, governance and security investment umbrella... all while using their recoverable record of all changes to:
Meet Stringent Regulatory and Security Requirements
Maintain Ownership and Control of Their Data in 3rd Party Applications - see “Digital Chain of Custody” for details
Grow Revenue and Retain Customers
and Retain Customers
Faster Interactions with Lightning Utility Bar & Decryption Method Support
It is now faster and easier than ever to work with GRAX, thanks to native support for the Lightning Utility Bar. Users can now access GRAX functionality anywhere within the Salesforce Lightning experience, giving them unprecedented access to the most robust data capture and recovery tool on the planet. To set this up, visit: https://documentation.grax.io/docs/grax-search#section-lightning-utility-item.
GRAX 3.0 also offers users the ability to securely load encrypted external (non-Salesforce) data into Salesforce, and to create their own pre-processor class in order to decrypt that data within Salesforce. This is a powerful function that adheres to and absorbs the stringent roles and permissions set up in Salesforce and Salesforce Shield, which enables users who have adequate permissions to decrypt and view externally encrypted data via the “search“ tab. To learn more, please visit: https://documentation.grax.io/docs/viewing-externally-encrypted-data.
Ready to Go?
GRAX 3.2 is out now. To update to the latest version, please email email@example.com to set up time with our success team
Want to Learn More?
To learn more about more about this release, including a number of the improvements and bug fixes contained herein, please visit https://documentation.grax.io/changelog/grax-320.