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Security modelling in the Common Data Service

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The Common Data Service security model is extremely flexible and powerful. However, using it without control, it can yield unexpected results and impact the performance of our app. In this session, we review the platform security principals and how they are implemented. We discuss the best options for different practical scenarios using real examples and explain techniques to design and manage complex security models, including cross-business teams, VIP records, Document Management security.

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