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Hi, I am using Express Scribe to transcribe audio files of interviews. They are to be kept secure until the interviewee has agreed the content, then destroyed. I'm not sure about either saving them securely or destroying them - anybody any ideas?
Dear All, I have try Copper for a few times, and I found several part that very dangerous in our business. Currently Copper allows Salesperson member to edit/update price Items. Someday if her/his (Salesperson) colleagues want to buy items in our shop, he/she can reduce price first before doing a payment. Unfortunately, we can't to track this pricing update in history. Do we need to protect Items part from Salesperson? so all Items modification will be handled by Administrator, I think it will be better. Thanks