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New Delhi Salesforce News and Updates: Week #90

Using Private Connect to Securely Connect Salesforce and AWS

Private Connect allows you to do the following:

  • Keep communications private
    Private bi-directionalconnections between Salesforce and AWS without exposure to the public internet
  • Leverage Salesforce enterprise security
    Bring disparate systems and data sources together in a seamless workflow
  • Improve productivity
    Simplified setup, configuration and maintenance for developers or admins

Introducing Salesforce Private Connect

Cloud adoption continues to gain momentum with more and more customers running business-critical enterprise applications in the cloud. This transition presents a different set of challenges customers must overcome to ensure the security, performance, and reliability of these applications in a cloud environment. A fundamental change for most customers is the requirement to send a major portion of their cloud traffic through the public internet while still abiding by the various regulating bodies for their industries. This is especially challenging for SaaS applications that live in the cloud.

Use an Iframe to Protect Embedded Service Chat on Your Website

JavaScript conflicts and security concerns are inevitable when adding third-party software to a website. We came up with a solution to protect your website’s JavaScript libraries with an iframe. In this example, we’ll share how to set one up with our Embedded Service Chat component for Service Cloud. The solution is easy, secure, and allows for added customization later.  Find the code on GitHub.

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