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Let’s talk about document management and getting-things-done for a moment. Right now, you probably think that your system of organization works pretty well — you’ve got folders on your hard drive that are dedicated to certain clients, types of documents, dates, and whatnot.

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What are people saying about Confidential

Bill Wallace So if you buy the corporate license, enabling you to tag in the cloud, does each user need a license to be warned when sending files or is the license for tagging of files? 1 license = 1 file tagger? Secondly does it only warn on sending email not transferring via say FTP? Does it prevent sending? Does it only warn the user attempting to send? Can a sys admin or infosec be warned of the attempt? Sorry but I looked at your website and it is so new that I couldn't find answers to how this tool is licensed.

Thanks for putting it on BDJ - something fresh and interesting!

Bill
Oct 6 2017 at 5:45am Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino Hi Bill,

thanks for your interest, let's see:

- Does each user need a license to be warned when sending files or is the license for tagging of files? 1 license = 1 file tagger?

Yes, it's one license per user. The software is meant to help teams to understand what files (on shared drives or Dropbox folders) can be sent out or not.

- Secondly does it only warn on sending email not transferring via say FTP?

No it doesn't.

- Does it prevent sending? Does it only warn the user attempting to send? Can a sys admin or infosec be warned of the attempt?

At the moment (in the release we're rolling out next week), the Outlook plugin will warn the user that he's sending (in attachment) something he shouldn't. We did stick to rolling out this feature as minimalistic as possible, as we want to see what the market needs before we developed. Anyway, both preventing the user the send and warning the sysadmin are technically very easy to achieve, and it's also very easy to make those features be turned on/off by the sysadmin, even for each user, or for user groups.


If you have more questions we're here - or you're welcome to write me at andreaconfidential.tech

BR
Yellow blue soft - Oct 6 2017 at 7:41am Copy Link
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Ed Ward Looks useful - 3 questions:
1. What is the difference between the Business and Corporate perpetual licenses?
2. Does the solution work with (i) Directory Opus; and (ii) files and folders on Google Drive?
3. With the Business & Corp. license, does the tagging functionality achieve the same thing as Tabbles? (and therefore one would not need Tabbles as well)?
4. Finally, with the Business & Corp. license, are other users able to view and search on the tags created w/in Confidential?

Thanks!
Dec 7 2017 at 9:12am Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino @Ed Ward, just replied per email, I'll post it here too:


1. What is the difference between the Business and Corporate perpetual licenses?

- Basically, if you're a single user you'll need only one Business (Pro). If you're team, you need one Coporate per user. Please check this: https://www.confidential.tech/buy/

2. Does the solution work with (i) Directory Opus; and (ii) files and folders on Google Drive?

- Directory Opus: not sure what you mean, but please see this:
http://tabbles.net/2014/0...-bugfixes/
Google Drive, like Dropbox: yes if you synchronize them locally, see this: http://tabbles.net/wiki/i...ronization

3. With the Business & Corp. license, does the tagging functionality achieve the same thing as Tabbles? (and therefore one would not need Tabbles as well)?

- That's correct. Keep in mind that you currently can't have Tabbles and Confidential installed on the same machine.

4. Finally, with the Business & Corp. license, are other users able to view and search on the tags created w/in Confidential?

- This is true only for the Corporate license, it's what we call "tag-sharing".

5. To clarify, can I use Confidential to restrict access to designated folders and file and allow only certain users to view w/ a shared link?

- No, that's not correct. Confidential is meant to mark files that are accessible to a team as "good" or "bad". If you want to restrict access to files, you will need to use Windows permissions.
Yellow blue soft - Dec 7 2017 at 12:09pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Yellow blue soft has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 8 2017 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Matt Hello,

Your subtitle and description use the adjective 'sensible'.

I've never heard of data being described as 'sensible'. Did you possibly mean to say 'sensitive'?

Confidential would be synonymous with 'sensitive'.
Dec 8 2017 at 5:40am Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino Yes sir, you're probably right :)

I'll ask BitsDuJour to fix it right away!
Yellow blue soft - Dec 8 2017 at 5:42am Copy Link
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Matt Hi Andrea,

This looks like very nice software. I wish you many sales!
Dec 8 2017 at 12:25pm Copy Link
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CFGuy Hi - Interesting an unique software, but I am not a fan of "subscription" software. Would you consider offering a non-subscription version? It might increase your market/sales base. Also, in "Fine Print"/EULA: " Installing a new version may overwrite the existing version and invalidate your license key." This seems overly stringent to me. There are times when one has to switch from an old to a new computer during the course of a software subscription. Using your current policy, they would loose the remaining time left on their current license subscription, and be forced to purchase a whole new subscription. This doesn't feel like good customer service/support to me. Just my thoughts. Wishing you the best of luck with your promotion. -Cfguy.
Mar 11 at 5:06am Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino @Cfguy,
- we are only offering subscriptions
- about the EULA, it says that it "may", not that it "will"... an EULA is not a sales contract, it's a legal parachute. Anyway, at the moment that is technically not true.
Yellow blue soft - Mar 11 at 8:20am Copy Link
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Oleksandr User If you can not register the program, is it possible to refund money for the paid license? What version of SQL Server Express LocalDB should be installed for the program to work? What are the limitations of the free version?
Mar 11 at 10:34am Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino Hi Oleksander,

Yes we will refund you if you have issues.
MSSQL 2014 and later
Yellow blue soft - Mar 11 at 11:53am Copy Link
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HJ B 1. If the user decides not to continue a subscription, does that simply end the ability to create new tags, or is all the prior tag work no longer functional?

2. Does this program work when the user is offline?

3. Is any information transmitted to Confidential Tech concerning the data being tagged or the way in which the user is using the program?

4. What, if any, value does Confidential Tech expect to add in future years, to justify the subscription approach?
Mar 11 at 12:19pm Copy Link
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Andrea D'Intino @HJ B

1) the program goes back to "Free" mode, see the limitations here: https://www.confidential.tech/buy/

2) Yes, if you use the Local or the LAN mode. The Cloud mode requires internet connection.

3) If you use the Cloud mode, your tagging is on our server (but not your files). If you use the Local or LAN, no transmission at all.

4) We're aiming to release a web based version this year and to integrate it with other software packages.
Yellow blue soft - Mar 11 at 12:26pm Copy Link
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Ed Ward Question - how are Confidential and Tabbles related? It looks as though they serve different purposes, but may rely on similar functionality. In any event, I think the use cases for Tabbles (tag and find files and folders) may be more closely aligned w/ my needs. Just wanted to be sure I wasn't misunderstanding or overlooking something.

BTW, is there a discount for Tabbles?

Thanks!
Mar 11 at 8:38pm Copy Link
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