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Old 06-19-2020, 12:33 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by curtw View Post
However, for somebody working in law, banking, or real estate, efficiency isn't the only concern. You have client privacy to worry about. If this is ever expected to replace a legal pad, it will have to offer data protection.
That is why one firm I do some work for decided to not order the Remarkable 2 and continue with the Sony DTP-RP1/CP1 devices. The original reply they go from Remarkable seems to suggest that encryption is supported but a closer reading says that encryption is only for data stored in the Google cloud or being transferred between the device and the cloud. As a legal firm, on-device encryption is pretty much mandatory. The 10 week delay for their sample device didn't help either.
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