We have a situation where we want to publish high-level road map information to anyone within our company who is interested. Ideally, we'd create the notebook, then publish it and provide that link on a corresponding webpage on out internal intranet.
The problem here is that the only option that I have is to allow everyone in the world to see the notebook OR only Aha! users can see the notebook.
The former doesn't work as technically anyone in the world can access it if they have the link (use case - an employee leaves to join a competitor, thus gaining access to our data). The latter doesn't work either as we'd need to add everyone in the company (in theory) as an Aha! user which is way to much overhead from a user management point of view.
My proposal is for a third option - 'Only employees in company X can access web notebooks'
Access would need to be checked via domain access - ie - if they are on our intranet then they are allowed to view the notebook. (I realize that you may need to enforce this via SSO, and that's fine)
Without this option, I am forced to produce PDF versions of the notebook, which clearly breaks the real-time views of the underlying data.
RELATED - APP-I-1533
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Limiting access to users one a specific network is now possible via IP address access control: http://support.aha.io/hc/en-us/articles/207924743-Enable-IP-address-based-access-control