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Automatic Permissions: Stay Secure, Manage Access and Keep it Simple with M-Files

Posted on October 10, 2013 under Advice, Products by

M-Files ensures that information is available to the people who need it, and inaccessible and invisible to those who don’t need it or aren’t authorized to access it. Access permissions can be controlled by user, group, role, or any metadata property. This provides the ability to support advanced access control policies without heavy IT administration, and the flexibility to address unforeseen needs that arise in the future. See how this works in our new video.

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Automatic permissions in M-Files

With M-Files, you can set access permissions for entire classes of documents and data objects, as well as individual documents and objects, and even for different versions of the same document or object – including assigning roles that give different levels of access to different users or user groups, such as managers.

For example, employment agreements can be tagged to selected employees, making the agreement visible to that user, their supervisor and the HR department, but no one else. In the case of a management or organization change, simply modify the supervisor property of the employee and all related documents become visible to the new supervisor.

Watch the new M-Files video to find out how M-Files’ access permissions can improve your organization’s security and data accessibility.

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