When it comes to data, Tally has always been one of the most secure business applications in the world. In most systems, a person who knows the password for the database, who is usually an IT administrator and not a business owner, can create chaos in the system. One can view Tally data through the app and therefore the data security is also controlled by the app security. If you intend to TallyVault your data as a result of sophisticated encryption algorithms, it can be absolutely guaranteed that the data will not be recoverable without a valid username and password. All this is possible in addition to maintaining the portability of the data. It’s one of Tally’s unique strengths that contributes to their remarkable compatibility. With Tally ERP 9, you can ensure that only a specific company can be accessed by a particular serial number. You may want to use the services of your CA, consultant, or partner to view the data, but you want to prevent anyone else, such as a competitor who may gain a competitive advantage, from opening it.
It can even stipulate that a business is not accessible in educational mode. You can also stipulate the TDL sets to run on a specific serial number. Then you can no longer bypass imposed external controls TDL etc, just disabling TDL in the Tally.ini file. You can even implement and enforce security through TDL very simple.
Data security in remote operations
Tally ERP 9’s request response system is extremely secure. Since both the receiver and the sender of the information act as clients and not as servers, it is practically not possible to hack as only servers can be hacked. This is because the data resides only on the client’s machine and not on the viewers’. The customer has full control over access control and can even decide not to connect a company for remote access even if they have remote users.
Access control and security
When multiple users sign in Tally ERP 9From Tally Solutions, the topic of “control” certainly comes up. Several questions arise such as: what can multiple users do? Can a user be allowed to modify vouchers? Should another user be allowed to print reports? Tally ERP 9 security keeps everything open by default and progressively locks the system as the need arises. To simplify the usage pattern, you can define standard sets of rights and use them as templates for particular users, adding or removing rights for that user, if necessary. Once you open your company for remote TSS access, you can apply the same level of control to those users: a TSS identity is added in exactly the same way as the normal user.
Almost all security and access requirements are covered by default when you use Counting services. In case you need more controls (for example, providers need to have remote access only to their respective accounts), they can be customized.