Organisations allow entities distinct from the main organisation to be created.
Creating a suborganisation involves appointing a different administrator.
By default, data is segregated between organisations, in other words the data architecture will not allow users of organisation A to consult the data of organisation B.
By contrast, an administrator or moderator giving transverse consultation rights is possible. For example: a user of orgnaisation A may consult the passwords of a LockPass sharing category in organisation B.
To do this, the role of administrator allows users not belonging to their organisation to be added directly in their sharing category (LockPass and LockFiles).
At the bottom right of the screen, click on the button "" then on the "Organisation" button.
A window appears: set a name for this new organisation as well as a user administrator.
🚨 Note, a user cannot accumulate administration rights in several organisations. The administrator for your new suborganisation must without fail be a "simple" user in the parent organisation.
- Then define to which organisation/suborganisation this new one will belong.
Groups allow an organisation to be segmented into several user groups.
This segmentation can correspond to a team, directorate or branch for example.
Thanks to groups you can then give access rights over sharing categories (LockPass) or shared folders (LockFiles) to several users at the same time.
At the bottom right of the screen, click on the button "", then on the button "Group".
A window appears: set a name for this new group.
At the bottom right of the screen, click on the button "", then on the button "User".
A window appears: add the users' emails.