Document Management: Protecting Confidential Information | PinPoint Electronic Document Management | PinPoint Electronic Document Management

It is so important to key an eye on things for your business. By, it is so important to consider to always secure and protect any type of sensitive information that you may have. With every type of business, you may have there is information that is kept between your business. Whether it be a type of information, money, etc.. You get the idea. There is many surveys saying that over 60% of large organizations that are leaking confidential information and it is possible that the percentage can get higher because companies are not seeing this all happen so quick. Having important information leak can be scary but it is important you take action on how to make sure it does not keep happening.
Defining and enforcing policies and processes for who has authorized to be able to access, edit, and approve important documents for your company. Currently, people are now finding ways to prevent from this to continue happening and finding ways to make sure it doesn’t.
Challenges of Enforcing Access Privileges in a Folder-Based DMS
It is good to keep specific information in a traditional folder-based DMS. This way you not only know where to find it, but you know that is it kept safe and you could only access it yourself. These folder based approaches are inherently inflexible and restrictive because you can rely on information to reside in a single location which represents different versions of documents often reside in more than just one folder. Any type of issues regarding this can end up being solved with having folder-based approaches.
Metadata For Secure and Automated Access Control
Today there is a good amount of advances document management software solutions that offer new ways to derive access control setting when using metadata. Make sure to make the process of setting permissions for documents and other information both are dynamic and automatic. You can specify the members in a project with metadata properties and configure the document management system to permissions of all object relates to a project from the project by adding or removing project members in the project.

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