There are no direct comparison between the two items you mention. Organizational Management allows you to use structural authorizations. Structural authorizations will give you the ability to create authorizations based upon the users place in an organization. Traditional security merely restricts transactions. In other words, if a user has access to a transaction, that user has access to all employees or organizational objects under traditional security. When combined with structural authorizations you can further limit this users' permission.
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