From the Microsoft Dynamics GP Blogs: Open Source App to Protect Sensitive Data; eConnect Integration Service; Analytical Accounting (AA) Alias; Getting Table and Field Data Out of Dexterity Dictionaries

 An Open Source Application to Protect Sensitive Data in GP: From Dynamics GP Land:

"Several non-technical friends and colleagues have asked me how to manage and secure sensitive or confidential data...In the Dynamics GP world, the most sensitive data that I've worked with are client databases with full HR and Payroll records, or client data files that have confidential employee information, including name, address, phone, SSN, etc. Although there are probably lots of different options, I usually offer the following choices:


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