The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to organizations that process data about individuals in the context of selling goods or services to citizens in EU countries. GDPR also applies to organizations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior of, EU data subjects, including EU resident employees. In Menawat™ Teams all information and data are property of the respective organization. We do not process any personally identifiable data.
Cybersecurity is a core element of overall organizational security. Cybersecurity standards are constantly evolving to address volatile threats. They vary by industry and country. Menawat™ Teams is designed for compliance with NIST 800-171 and other cybersecurity standards. All U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contractors that process, store or transmit Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) must meet these Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) minimum security standards. We believe that everyone benefits from having this level of cybersecurity out of the box.
Buttons appear or are hidden depending on your role in a workspace. For example, Edit and Delete buttons are visible for workspace managers, but not for others.
Do sub-workplaces automatically inherit access right from their parent, like, say a Windows folder would?Profit Mapping 2018-04-29T15:03:01+00:00
No. Automatic inheritance introduces the risk of granting unintended access rights and can also be more difficult to manage.
I have a parent workspace with 5 sub-workspaces. Are the members of the parent team automatically members of the sub-teams?Profit Mapping 2018-04-29T15:01:38+00:00
No. Workspaces are logically isolated from each other as required by cybersecurity standards. Thus, you must configure membership for each workspace individually. This forces managers to make a conscious decision on membership.
A connector is a one-way software subscription that allows two organizations to collaborate directly with each other. Both organizations must agree to establish collaborative ties. Each then configures the external connection from the other organization, including naming authorized users. Both organizations maintain full control over their information and data at all times.
Use team workspaces to segment information and control who has access to it. Workspaces are completely isolated from each other, regardless of where they are in the hierarchy. We call this logical isolation. You only know that a team exists if you created it or are a member in someone else’s team.
There are two ways to securely add someone outside of your organization into your workspace. First, your organization can provide them with a user subscription on your license. Second, if the other organization has its own subscription to Menawat™ Teams, both organizations can link their licenses with a connector. In both instances, only the Manager role on a workspace can invite or uninvite users.