The Salesforce community is known for being a great place for Salesforce users to learn, grow and connect with fellow Trailblazers. But it’s also becoming known for hosting some incredible events. One of the most popular being London’s Calling, Europe's largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals.
While attendees won’t be able to meet in person again this year, the event will be much more accessible AND affordable than usual, with tickets costing just £5 each. Like with previous years, expect the usual amazing lineup of speakers from the Salesforce community, a great keynote speaker, exciting demo jam, and much more. This year’s event includes six tracks of talks throughout the day with over 50 sessions touching on everything from Salesforce administration to architecture and more.
Here are a few sessions we are looking forward to most:
Beyond the daily value the platform provides, Salesforce enables companies to grow through transformational projects. Whatever the reason for these projects, they mustn’t disrupt your users’ day-to-day activities. In this session, Salesforce MVP and London’s Calling co-organiser Amanda Beard-Nelson will walk through her top 10 risks that she’s encountered while delivering Salesforce projects and how best to mitigate them for your future implementations.
Admins are the superheroes of the Salesforce universe, but nobody’s perfect, right? At Own we know admins are often on the hook for data loss or corruption. But what else can go wrong? In this talk, Salesforce admin Connie Hazendonk relives three of the worst mistakes she made as an admin, their impact, and what you can do to avoid them yourself.
Beyond having a comprehensive backup and recovery solution in place, one of the best ways to protect your Salesforce data is to make sure the right users have access to the right data. Hear from Louise Lockie, Salesforce MVP and leader of the London Women in Tech Community Group, as she explains how to keep your customer data secure while maintaining your users’ UX.
Data migration projects are one of the top use cases for having a backup and recovery solution, as something is bound to go awry when moving thousands (or more) of records. In this session, 6x Salesforce Certified consultant Leslie Guates provides a blueprint for navigating a data migration and some of the common pitfalls to avoid.
Of course any “can’t miss sessions” list has to include the keynote. This year’s keynote speaker will be one of the world’s leading Futurists, Ben Hammersly. According to the event’s website, “Ben has been called one of the most thought-provoking futurists of our time and has addressed audiences around the globe for over 10 years.”
Experience the magic of backup and recovery with OwnBackup!
OwnBackup is proud to continue our support of the Salesforce community through our sponsorship of London’s Calling. This year, we’ll be bringing a little magic to the proceedings at our virtual meeting space. Come and visit our booth to:
- See multi-award winning magician Maximillian perform world class magic tricks LIVE
- See a demo of our solutions, including Own Recover, Enhanced Sandbox Seeding, and Archiver
- Get your data backup and recovery questions answered by our on hand experts
- Micro talks presented by Andrew Hart (CTA) and Gemma Blezard (MVP) will be presented throughout the day on the following topics:
- Career Journeys - From GSI to ISV and everything in between
- A look back on lockdown
- Advice to our younger selves
Visit the OwnBackup virtual space to find out more!
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