Is AyMINE safe?
No company or prudent person would entrust data and processes to somewhere they don't trust. We are very aware of this and do everything we can to make AyMINE a secure environment. We are confident that we are providing the maximum level of privacy and protection possible in relation to the system's services
No one has access to the data
Even the admin can't get to your project or notes. No one can look into a project or area without being granted permissions, even with the most privileged of permissions.
If an admin wants to grant themselves rights, a record will be created. The same will happen if he wants to quietly disappear. The record is stored in the system and logged, so it can be traced. So he would have to significantly reprogram the application to get into your space.
No other client can get to the data
Even though a single server provides space to multiple clients, there is a solid wall between each client's data due to the logical design of the system. It is not possible to put a query into the database that returns data from multiple clients. Nor is it possible for a logged-in user to impersonate another company's user. The system is designed from the start to make this impossible.
Incidentally, these limitations are also the reason why it is not possible for someone with accounts from multiple firms to view, for example, requests from two firms' projects at once. Nor is it possible to mix e.g. calendars from multiple companies in the system, even if the user has accounts in both.
(It is possible, however, to synchronize calendars from different accounts to a mobile phone, for example. But then the connection happens on your phone, not in the system.)
The data is in the EU
We keep all data in the EU. Czech data is in the Czech Republic, we try to route data from companies in other countries to servers in other countries if there are enough clients to make it make sense to create a server.