Tech update: multifactor authentication and Salesforce updates

Tech update: multifactor authentication and Salesforce updates

Through this blog post we bring you up to date on the latest developments in the Salesforce platform. We go in-depth on the topics of multifactor authentication and Salesforce updates.

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 Multifactor authentication

As the number of digital threats increases, so does the attention paid to security. And that is a good thing. A first step is to prevent unauthorised access to IT systems. Using only a user name and password is no longer acceptable. Passwords are too often “leaked” or easily guessed by powerful computers. Therefore, starting February 1, 2022, Salesforce will make multi-factor authentication mandatory. That means you have to identify yourself in at least two ways before you log in. For example, entering a password and a code from an authentication app on your mobile phone.


 Salesforce updates

Salesforce regularly sends emails about updates and changes they are going to make. We understand that this raises questions. What should I do? If in doubt, we recommend that you always contact g-company. You may also assume that g-company is aware of all important changes and will contact you when action is required.


Getting started with e-mail templates

For those who often mail from Salesforce or want to know more about it, the following video by Renate de Jong is highly recommended! In 5 minutes she explains how to create and use letterheads and email templates.

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