Goalscape Online and Goalscape Enterprise security
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Richard, thanks for the prompt and detailed response, I hope things are well with you and Goalscape. I’ve signed up with one of my accounts.
An unrelated question, what assurance can you give about data security? Presumably for corporate clients they typically buy the enterprise package and run it on their own servers.
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 06 Feb, 2016 11:35 AM
I have split this into a new discussion as it is about a different matter.
For Goalscape Online, all the software and data are on our secure (Amazon) servers and all communications use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. The database is firewall protected to deny any access other than for our application and our application server runs the latest secure Java enterprise Tomcat software. It is at least as secure as any other single-screen sign-in application (like most email clients).
Goalscape Enterprise is for organizations for which complete security is essential. It provides the same major functionality and project sharing facilities as Goalscape Online, with some additional business features like Gantt View, Change Tracker, per-goal sharing and other admin controls – as well as the highest possible data security. Goalscape Enterprise can be implemented either as a SaaS private cloud application (minimum 4 users) or as a corporate intranet installation (minimum 40 users). Pricing is based on number of users.
All the best