BPA SharePoint Permissions
SharePoint cannot be easily adapted to dynamically determined item-level permissions. Permissions are manually set for each item, which is very limiting.
With BPA permissions, super users can define rules to automatically determine item-level permissions. The user-friendly interface allows predefining conditions as item-level permissions apply. Conditions are based on available fields for the selected list. Permissions can be defined for any user or group. Cascading permissions can be set to automatically inherit from parent permissions.
Here is a typical example. A sales opportunity is linked with a US company. Permissions will be automatically set to make the opportunity visible for the “US Sales” SharePoint group only. Opportunity-related tasks, events and activities will inherit from parent permissions can be visible for US sales people only. Other people and groups won’t see this opportunity and the related activities.
The tool is fully transparent for end users. End users will only view data they can utilize, given any device (desktop, tablet, smartphone).
BPA Permissions provide many benefits for super users:
- avoid cumbersome item-level permission management
- define rules to automatically set item-level permissions
- end-user only view authorized data
- inherit from parent permissions
BPA Permissions clearly improves end-user’s experience with SharePoint.