One of the scenes that we see play out in movies over and over again is the one where one character is assigned to keep watch while the other characters sleep, rob a bank, or do whatever the situation calls for. And without fail the one assigned to be look-out falls asleep or gets distracted […]
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Cloud security is the number one concern of most businesses when switching to a hosted Dynamics GP solution. visit myGPcloud.com to find out more.
Apparently January 28th was the annual Data Privacy Day in commemoration of the 1981 signing of international Convention 108 which was the first legally binding treaty to deal with data privacy and protection. The “holiday,” led by the National Cyber Security Alliance, is a nice reminder that security is not exclusively a cloud issue. Unless […]
Make sure your system infrastructure is up to date. These are some of the things to consider: User add/change/delete services All additions, changes, and deletions of users and user access should be controlled by the hosting provider. This helps you meet your Sarbanes Oxley compliance requirements by having a well-documented and controlled […]
Security and control of access to system data and functionality is one of the main reasons people migrate from Quickbooks to a mid-range ERP system. Dynamics GP provides basic security by allowing or restricting access to specific screens. These specific rights are combined into various roles which are typically assigned to each user as needed. […]
Frank Hamelly on his blog GP2themax recently showed an example of how to use Field Level Security to add a security restriction to a standard Dynamics GP form. Frank’s article is here. Here is a short video to show this in action. It’s easy to do. Try it out.
Before a mobile user can begin using the application, the myGPcloud Primary User must grant KPI Access. 1) Browse to http://www.mygpcloud.com/ 2) Log into the site as the Primary User Primary User has access to additional functionality under “Account Management”: Please click on the View/Disable Users link 3) You should now be on […]