Tag Archives: Information security

Keep track of user actions in Globodox using Event Log

Restricting user access to documents is one aspect of ensuring security of documents in a document management system. But what happens if a document has been erroneously modified by a user who does have the permission to modify it? How do you track such actions in Globodox? The answer is: using the Event Log.  What types of events are logged … Continue reading

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Hierarchical Security Groups: Control document access in a structured way

In Version 7 of Globodox, we have introduced a handful of features that help you control or restrict access to documents and assign privileges to roles. One feature that deals with controlled access to documents is that of creating Hierarchical Security Groups.  Hierarchical Security Groups allow the creation of a group tree. This allows you to closely mimic your organization … Continue reading

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