Salesforce.com, the world’s largest e-commerce company, has a major software update today, rolling out to all users of its popular software that handles all sorts of business data, such as credit card information.
The upgrade includes Salesforce Web Data Management, which is a powerful, open-source data management solution.
Previously, Salesforce had a software suite called Data Analytics, which was based on Microsoft’s Azure cloud service.
In the new update, Salesflow, the company’s data-management software, is now called Data Recovery.
“Today, we’re making a real, major upgrade to our software, making it more flexible, easier to deploy, and easier to manage,” said Mike Ozzie, CEO of Salesforce, in a blog post.
The new version is a massive upgrade that should help Salesforce customers who have struggled with data loss.
It also includes new tools to make it easier for Salesforce to manage data in the cloud.
The update also includes a new, more robust, search and navigation feature, allowing for easier access to information and tasks.
The company is also releasing an online dashboard for the new version, which will give users a way to track their business data across all of its offerings.
It is not yet clear if the new features will be available for everyone at the same time.
Salesforce also said that it will begin accepting credit card payment by email, so that customers can now see the cost of the purchases that are made through their email address.
The major update comes on the heels of a series of software upgrades that have rolled out over the past several months.
Last year, SalesForce announced that it was rolling out a new data backup solution called Salesforce Backup.
The software is based on OpenStack and allows for the creation of backup and recovery plans that will automatically sync with Salesforce’s existing data recovery software.
In February, SalesFlow launched in the form of a cloud-based, open source software suite that was designed to be integrated into Salesforce data management software.
Salesflow will now be called Data Solutions, and it provides a unified platform for all data management applications that support the cloud-as-a-service business model.