With inputs from Deepu Chacko, Senior Director, Solution Engineering
Businesses in the financial services sector today must take decisions at warp speed, whether figuring out product pricing and customer-centric credit policies, or doing risk assessment right. Using public cloud providers makes it easy to access data on the go for informed decision-making. But when companies run critical business functions and operations on a public cloud, they also need to consider certain key aspects such as:
Realising the fluidity of today’s business environment and the massive changes sweeping across every industry, Salesforce has reimagined its platform architecture: Hyperforce. With Hyperforce, Salesforce customers get enhanced data security and privacy when they build custom applications using the Salesforce Platform, or use any product from the vast Salesforce suite.
What does this mean to you, as a Salesforce user?
Instead of having an abstract, self-service cloud infrastructure (aka public cloud providers) you now have an architecture especially designed to help you scale business faster, and more securely. Here’s how:
For instance, the senior managers of a company may have the right to access specific data and share it with external partners, while a junior associate may not have the same rights.
Some highly regulated industries such as finance and healthcare have a different set of compliances that need to be followed. For instance, data needs to be locally stored.
With Hyperforce in action, customers can innovate freely and tap into new opportunities the world over, but get to choose the location for their data storage with zero worries around data security and compliance.