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Very little paranoia.  We ftp unencrypted Profit Sharing and Retirement
Plan (PSRP data) to the plan manager on a weekly basis.  Don't people have
better things to do?

Why is everyone so paranoid about payroll data but leave your customer
data wide open?  What can damage your company more:
If someone finds out what Susy the clerk makes, or,
If someone runs off with a copy of your customer master, and/or
engineering database?

Generally, you'll find the security on the payroll data and not on the ERP
data, for some strange reason.

Rob Berendt
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"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin




"Wills, Mike N. (TC)" <MNWills@taylorcorp.com>
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How paranoid do you get about data transitions on a WAN? I am talking
about
Payroll data, financial reports etc.

Mike
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