Make Strategic Use of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Security Settings

Configuring data security within Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a complex aspect of an implementation that many companies just don't take into consideration during the planning stages.  But the benefits can extend beyond basic data breaches into areas like user adoption and business process design.

"One of the challenges is that there are so many pieces to the security picture that it's important to know what's out there so you can drill in and make the choices on how to configure your security appropriately and make only the changes you want to make," said Scott Sewell, CustomerEffective Dynamics CRM Technical Specialist and a Microsoft MVP, at a recent online meeting of the Dynamics CRM User Group.


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