More and more companies have geared towards technology as far as using it to aid their daily operations and storing transactions for records of individual transactions. Most users are given certain privileges and rights for access towards the main server that holds the programs altogether. User policies and access are defined and declared, so that each can have specific access and user restrictions to avoid any discrepancies and problems that may occur. Such would only be natural for technology relying companies, since developed and installed programs would usually be prone to modifications and debugging along the way.
It is the duty of the appointed administrator in close relation with department heads to determine the level of access to provide to the users who will be using the system. Levels are meant to define with regards to finding up to which level access will be granted to most users who will be inputting and referring data into the system. Besides, access levels and security policies are a good way to safeguard information and avoid eventual sabotage for the entire systems in unlikely situations both internally and externally.