Policy for updating erp files
First and foremost, always pay close attention to and abide by your industry-specific requirements.
Haphazard customizations, improper credentials, open ports—any number of gaps remaining from implementation could potentially put your business at risk.
Small and midsize businesses, which often lack the resources of larger enterprise corporations, are particularly at risk.
But by taking the following five precautions, small and midsize businesses (SMBs) can avoid the pitfalls of on-premise ERP security threats and preserve the level of trust, customer loyalty and revenue required to run a secure and successful business. Software Vulnerabilities: Keep Software Up-to-Date 2. Data Risk: Limit the Use of External Applications 3.
By storing the data in multiple locations, you’ll require twice the resources to protect it—making it twice as vulnerable.
The best practice is to house all relevant data within an on-premise ERP system with integrated applications.