Enterprise Admin and Security Controls
Organizational Hierarchy Social Layer
Advanced role-based permissions allow network administrators to grant members additional permissions to perform administrative actions on the network, and restrict or grant access to certain Apps or data.
External contributors allow you to bring members from outside your organization such as vendors, customers, or partners onto the network. Network admins can ensure restricted access so they see a limited view of the network.
Every network has a custom URL, giving you an easy and custom address to access your network from: https://[CUSTOMER].nationalfield.com
Customize the look and feel of your network, make sure emails appear to come from your company, and more.
Custom Login Pages
With our embeddable NationalField Login box, you can build off-site, custom-branded login pages.
Usage Analytics (beta)
Network Usage Analytics
Analyze usage of Apps, stream items, and discover data to help you drive adoption and engagement on your network.
See real-time leaderboards of member activity to identify and reward top contributors.
See trending topics being discussed by network members.
Network admins have total control of the users in their network. They can add new users, edit user profiles, change user roles, move users to other departments in the company, or deactivate their accounts.
Promote User Accounts
Promote external contributors to standard users or promote a standard user account to an administrator with admin controls.
Bulk User Management
Powerful bulk user management tools allow network admins to make changes to multiple user accounts at once.
Usage and Security Policies
Organization Email Address
To prevent access to your network’s data, an organization email address is required to create a NationalField account. A network administrator determines the list of accepted organization domains.
Create a custom usage policy that lays out the expected usage of the network and force members to accept it before they can get started.
Every user account on NationalField is secured with a password. Password policies are in place to encourage users to create strong passwords.
NationalField is built with advanced role-based permissions allowing network administrators to control the security of information and data in the network. Nearly all functionality can be controlled via a role-based permission. Combined with the org chart, access to information can further be controlled by where a user resides inside the organization. Administrators have access to role-based permissions for ongoing auditing purposes.
In Q3 2012 2-step verification will be available to all user accounts. This additional protection makes user accounts significantly more secure by verifying that the user is the proper owner of the account.
Access to NationalField can be limited to specific IP ranges to prevent access to your network outside of authorized physical locations or VPN networks.