Understanding Access Levels in WorkSpan

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WorkSpan provides a robust, multi-layered data sharing security design, built on Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) Technology, that allows you to show different data sets to different users, within your company and in your partner’s organization.

ABAC uses user, action, and context attributes as the building blocks to define feature-rich access control rules and access requests.

For example, In WorkSpan, users can have access levels of an owner, a collaborator, a participant or a viewer. Actions can range from creating, sharing, updating and deleting to viewing and contributing. Context can be all users in your company or a department within your company or a partner company.

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ABAC allows you to fully control data access by controlling people's ability to view, edit or delete an object, or even specific fields and content within an object. This capability meets the needs of users and companies that must restrict access for a variety of reasons including compliance, safeguarding proprietary information, and establishing accountability.

WorkSpan overcomes enterprise boundaries and enables easier workflows between multiple parties while ensuring enterprise-level data security.

You can determine and control who has access and how much access you want to give to different users to your objects (partner programs, marketing plans, activities, sales plans, solutions, opportunities, etc.) by implementing access controls within and across company boundaries.  

The following security and access level controls are available in WorkSpan:

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