Granular Permissions are used to grant system privileges for the ability to customize the roles and access restrictions for the database users. A professional manager knows that the key to achievement lies in the competent allocation of tasks and resources. In the age of modern technology, there are countless ways to make all the workflows organized. With the help of the Granular Permission System, the issue of task distribution is easy to solve. Quickly and efficiently. What is that? That is a tool by which a group of people or just one person gets access to particular data. After that, this user can view, modify, share the document, but only within the limits of what is permitted. That is, some colleagues may not even be aware of the existence of confidential documentation. Therefore, the risk of data leakage or corruption is kept to a minimum. As you can see, the Granular Permission System helps not only to organize the workflow but also relieves you of many risks, insures against unscrupulous colleagues.
Granular Permission Levels in VDR
Why is it “granular”? As you might have guessed, even the most insignificant functions are managed by you. You define access options for a group of people to the smallest detail:
- who can view the document
- who can make changes
- who can share
- a limited amount of time for using a document, etc.
The users of virtual data rooms are both start-up companies and giant corporations with hundreds of employees. It doesn’t matter what the size of the company is, each employee should be busy only with his own business. If each of the employees gets access to the entire database, this is fraught with various negative consequences. Even if you are confident in your colleagues and trust them, there is one more aspect that is worth paying attention to something. The great benefit is that everyone is assigned specific tasks, time, and resources that are allocated to carry them out. If this person has only the resources they need, the work will be done significantly faster. After all, there is nothing to be distracted. That is, you restrict specific people or groups in actions, thereby optimizing the work and bringing the team’s performance to a new level.