Granular access rights.
Get ready for GDPR with granular access right management. Not everyone in your team needs access to personal data of your clients. Designate a data controller and grant them appropriate access rights.
Give each member of your team access rights suitable to their role: read-only, read/write, download etc.
Customer portals that show off your brand.
Share your work through beautifully branded portals.
Use those portals to communicate with your stakeholders: customers, employees, shareholders or auditors.
Securely transfer data with full audit trail: from payslips to deal bibles.
Automated filing of email attachments.
Are you fed up with important documents arriving by email?
Claim your free @mydocsafe.com email address.
And forward those emails to your DocSafe.
We will detach, file and encrypt the attachments.
Comply with data protection laws.
Keep your data in Europe for compliance reasons.
Implement data residency in a specific jurisdiction you require.
Set up a backup on a computer of your choice.
Secure document management software in the cloud is increasingly the only way to run a modern professional services firm. Especially if your clients require cloud access to their documents. As a data controller you will need to know where that data lives and how it is protected. We are designed with security and compliance in mind.
Registered delivery of large or sensitive documents.
Transfer documents without them having to leave the security of our system.
Keep delivery receipts and assess logs.
Treat us as your post office for large or sensitive files: from payslips and invoices to deal bibles and board packs.
You can control encryption keys to your data.
Each user is issued with a public / private key pair.
You can hold or escrow your private keys to make sure no one can decrypt your data.
Learn more about public key infrastructure
Other security features include two-factor-authentication using messages or facial recognition
Integrations with third party storage systems
Ethereum blockchain stamping to prove document ownership or existence.