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John Smith Bobs

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  1. This is a must have feature Evernote desktop client is useless at work at the moment. OneNote is becoming way better. Feature needed: * full disk encryption * pin lock or third party double authentication * encrypted connection to Evernote cloud (I think this one is OK) Argument 1: use windows login instead and close computer with Ctrl + L Obviously we lock our computer that is not the issue. You IT teams owns your computer, they can remote connect and reset your password They can potentially access the files on your disk also When Evernote is used for personal info, IT should not have access to it. Yes they can install a key logger or try to decrypt the files but this is very illegal and can be proven in court Argument 2: why reinvent the wheel Even OneNote has a feature to encrypt a whole notebook Why add a pin on Phone then? It adds a layer of security, delaying an attacker Is a double Authentification mechanism (simple yes) Even better, add a real third-party double Auth on the windows client? Argument 3: just login and logout of your Evernote client If note sync was instantaneous this would make sense. It is slow as hell. We need file system encryption to store the cache of notes and a quick unlock with pin to access the notes quickly
  2. All notes should be encrypted on disk because notes also store personal information We can't rely on the computer security alone, when it is owned by IT employees at work for example This idea might not popular because most users do not know about security. OneNote has notebook aes128 encryption This is a request that is linked to the pin lock request (or double auth)
  3. Outlook works that way because it is owned and managed by your IT team, of course you will be using SSO in that case. Evernote desktop client is useless at work at the moment. OneNote is becoming way better. Feature needed: * full disk encryption * pin lock or third party double authentication * encrypted connection to Evernote cloud (I think this one is OK) Argument 1: use windows login instead and close computer with Ctrl + L Obviously we lock our computer that is not the issue. You IT teams owns your computer, they can remote connect and reset your password They can potentially access the files on your disk also When Evernote is used for personal info, IT should not have access to it. Yes they can install a key logger or try to decrypt the files but this is very illegal and can be proven in court Argument 2: why reinvent the wheel Even OneNote has a feature to encrypt a whole notebook Why add a pin on Phone then? It adds a layer of security, delaying an attacker Is a double Authentification mechanism (simple yes) Even better, add a real third-party double Auth on the windows client? Argument 3: just login and logout of your Evernote client If note sync was instantaneous this would make sense. It is slow as hell. We need file system encryption to store the cache of notes and a quick unlock with pin to access the notes quickly
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