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Protect and Secure Your Salesforce Data in an Ever-Changing Environment

Join experts from Salesforce, RevCult, FairWarning, and OwnBackup in an On-Demand Webinar to discuss how companies can secure and protect their Salesforce data in an ever-evolving business environment, made more complex by a remote workforce. The "Mother of CRM," Mei Lin Fung, makes a special guest appearance to give her perspective on the importance of ensuring the internet is a positive force in this digital age.

Keynote Speaker: Mei Lin Fung

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In 1989, Mei Lin Fung was part of the 2-person skunkworks team that developed “OASIS,” the first customer relationship management (CRM) system. She is a co-founder of the People Centered Internet, a company that strives to speed the growth of human potential by building the coalition and tools to assure the Internet delivers permissionless innovation and economic, social and political empowerment for all humankind.

Recorded: Tuesday, May 27, 2020

Company: Topic: On Demand Webinar Speaker Lineup:
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Taking Back the Controls: A proactive approach to securing customer data in Salesforce

30 min - 1 hour
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The New Normal: Navigating Workforce Management in your Salesforce Environment

1 hour - 1:30 min
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The Vital Role Salesforce Data Backup and Recovery Plays in Your Business Continuity Plan

1:30 min - 2 hour
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Keynote Speaker: Mei Lin Fung

2 hour - 3 hour

 

Hosts: RevCult / FairWarning / OwnBackUp/ Salesforce

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Brian Olearczyk,

CRO 

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Mike Mason,
VP of Emerging Markets

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Matthew Kennedy Director of Partner Enablement

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Ian Glazer, VP Product Managementsalesforce-3-569548

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