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

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How paranoid do you get about data transitions on a WAN? I am talking
Payroll data, financial reports etc.

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