This month, we’re excited to announce that Jotform Enterprise has achieved SOC 2 Type II compliance! Learn more about how this can help you keep important data safe and improve customer relationships for your business.
We’re also announcing a free webinar as well as diving into two Jotform Enterprise user spotlights, showing you how to share and collaborate with Jotform Enterprise, and showcasing the Enterprise features that IT administrators love. Check it all out below ⬇️
Great news! Jotform Enterprise is now SOC 2 Type II compliant, providing you with even more industry-leading security features. This standard ensures service providers have implemented proven controls that ensure the security, availability, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of systems and data.
Register for our webinar to learn what SOC 2 Type II compliance means for you. Join Jotform’s Head of Information Security Johannes Wiklund for a 15-minute webinar on Wednesday 28 September to learn why this achievement is so important for customer data security.
Managing a park the size of Rhode Island is no easy feat. Discover how Simon Morgan — senior manager of geographic information system (GIS) and business applications at Three Rivers Park District — uses Jotform Enterprise to serve a vast community and keep staff connected across the miles.
Looking to improve the way you collaborate with your colleagues? Explore tips and tricks to boost communication, share resources, and better enable cross-team collaboration. The team features embedded in Jotform Enterprise can help fuel your success and support the success of others.
There’s a lot to consider when managing data systems, from industry regulations and privacy laws to system integrations and security clearances. Get an overview of some of the significant laws that impact how data is collected, stored, and managed, as well as all the ways Jotform Enterprise can help you stay compliant.
CiviLaw.Tech uses Jotform Enterprise to help people experiencing domestic abuse, sexual assault, or harassment seek protection. Founder Ayyoub Ajmi built the Kansas Protection Order Portal using an online form with conditional formatting, improving court processing and letting individuals quickly request protection orders from any device.