Let's track logins and downloads.
Repeating much of what has been said, it is very important to be able to track logins. How often is an account being used? When did a member last login? [Other functions like identifying the IP address, number of attempts, etc are very good features as well.]
This is very important for membership service purposes -and- for security purposes to monitor if an account is hacked or being shared with others.
This should be a TOP priority [just behind increasing file security to require an active verification/login beyond just knowing the exact file address.]
These 2 issues should be top top priority. They are at the core of security, at the core of WA users' business needs [whether they know it or not], and standard practice in the IT world.
116 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
Good to see this is moving forward, it is VERY important to save hours and hours of time. Key elements are:
1. making the search functionality integrated
2. ensure/improve document security beyond just having the ip address
3. allowing search results to point to the exact location on a page.
Currently, to insert links to files is a one-by-one process. For someone wanting to create a document library on their site, this means manually linking each and every document. This can take hours and hours depending on the amount of documents.It should not be this way. There must be a bulk link function added where I can select multiple files and have multiple links created at one time. I can bulk upload a selection, so I should now be able to bulk link as well.
My comment/reply is YES, this is needed and important. ASAP!
Admin can set password policy, system changes places, and to many attempts triggers a system block.
Also, if possible, restrictions by geographic region could be a huge plus. If I have no members in Russia, it would be great to disable that region.
You can look at Amazon Web Services as a great example of password policy.