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Usernote: Secure cloud services for your prototypes

In our pursue of giving you the most powerful prototyping platform ever made we have decided to enhance the security and privacy of Justinmind Usernote. Now you can protect the access to your prototypes with a password. Check all the security options Justinmind Usernote comes with in this article.


Prototypes in Usernote are password protected

What??!! Are you saying the prototypes weren’t protected before?? No, the prototypes WERE protected, you can check this discussion thread to know how, but now there is even additional protection. Now you can protect the access to your prototypes with a password. We understand how important is to protect your prototypes from unauthorized access and we are going to work to keep the privacy and security of your prototypes as high as we can.

SSL encryption and dedicated server

Justinmind Usernote use secure socked layer technology (SSL) to encrypt all the accesses both to your published prototypes and to your account. Furthermore, Justinmind Usernote is installed in a dedicated server and uses Amazon Web Services for data storage. You can find more information about Amazon security at Amazon’s AWS site.

Hosted Version

Even if you are in the most paranoic company ever and you don’t rely on internet security measures, Justinmind Usernote is made for you as well. You can deploy Usernote on your own servers, any way you want it. Ask us for more information about Justinmind Usernote Hosted, we will be glad to answer any question you have about it.

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Victor Conesa

About the Author

Victor is the Product Manager at Justinmind. His specialties include business analysis, usability, requirements management and prototyping. When not busy doing that he is known to eat or sleep.

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