Fastpath Blog

Privacy Lost, Privacy Found - Why you need to Privacy Audit CRM data

Posted by James Parrish on 09/28/2016

Privacy has become a critical area for businesses. A myriad of laws including HIPAA, FISMA, PCI and a host of state regulations have
 created a difficult environment to navigate for businesses that don’t take protection of personal data seriously.  Even if many of these laws don’t apply to a specific business, privacy breaches open companies up to lawsuits, data theft, and lost business.

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Fastpath User Group Day- October 11, 2016

Posted by Jacob Catterton on 09/21/2016

It's that time of year again! Please join us for our annual Fastpath User Group (FPUG) Day - Tuesday, October 11 in Tampa, FL. FPUG is dedicated to education and networking with your peers, and is conveniently scheduled one day before GPUG, NAVUG, & AXUG Summit kick off. Whether you use Fastpath's tools - or you are thinking about it - please join us!

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The 5 things to keep in mind with Setting up Security in NAV

Posted by Kim Congleton on 09/19/2016

Often as part of an implementation or an upgrade user access and permissions get the short end of the stick.  Most of the time, setting up security is built into the timeline, but it’s always towards the end because it relies on other items to be completed first.  What usually happens is that something else further upstream takes longer and then the time for security gets pressed against the go-live date.  So here are 5 things to help you set up your NAV security.

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The Un Dead’s Guide to NAVUG Summit

Posted by Mark Polino on 08/30/2016

While most of the attendees at NAVUG Summit in Tampa are, well, actual human beings, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the NAVUG Summit from the point of the undead. What advice would we give to vampires, werewolves, zombies, and mummies who wanted to attend? You’ll have to check out the free Undead’s Guide to NAVUG Summit 2016 to find out – authored by our very own Mark Polino.

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Tracking Object changes in NAV

Posted by Kim Congleton on 08/17/2016

It’s become more and more important for companies to track when objects are changing in their NAV databases.  Whether companies have developers on staff or work with a partner for NAV modifications it is important to have a solid software development process that includes the right documentation for changes and updates to the system. It’s especially important for firms thinking of doing an upgrade or re-implementation.  The longer an organization uses NAV the more likely they are to have modifications. With upgrades it can be difficult to tell if a modified object should move forward or not, especially if the object was not documented properly in the first place.  This can cause delays or unnecessary code being brought forward.  There are some pretty basic things companies can do to assist with tracking changes. These include:

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