- Getting Started
- Get Started with Administering Wyn Enterprise
- Configuration Settings
- Account Management
- Security Management
- System Management
- Document Management
- How To and Troubleshooting
- User Guide
- Developer Guide
Wyn Enterprise: Organizations
The new permissions management support in Wyn Enterprise includes the multiple-level hierarchy of organizations, where each organization can have its set of permissions. Each organization is assigned with roles (that contain permissions) and users (role members). In other words, an organization is a group of users that share a common set of roles and responsibilities. For example, an organization can represent a headquarter and its multiple branches located at different locations.
The following are the important characteristics of organizations within Wyn Enterprise.
Every organization has its own Organization Administrator.
Users can belong to multiple organizations.
Documents can be shared across organizations.
Users can share a document with an organization, and all members of the organization and sub-organizations can access the document.
User can share documents to the roles he belongs to in the current organization as well as to the roles in the global organization (except for the "Everyone" role).
System administrators can share any document in the system with any organization or role.
Organization administrators can share documents within their organization to the current organization and sub-organizations and their roles.
For information on logging into Wyn Enterprise, see the page Logging on to the Administrator Portal for more information.