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- TaskMaster. You are always in full control of your data and its security. TaskMaster encrypts data and has security controls that allows the owner to set up user passwords and the level of access granted by each password.
- Cloud manager. Who owns your data—you—or the service? No matter how secure the online service’s servers are, all your data is stored in a remote location and may be accessible to hackers. Also, who knows how much information these companies collect from you and your school data, and how they use the information or to whom they may sell the information.
- TaskMaster. Your data stay with you and under your control at all times. Although the file that stores school data is encrypted and password protected, a licensed owner is provided with the password, which permits the file to be opened, viewed, and accessed by any software application that can access data in a Microsoft Access database.
- Cloud manager. If the cloud service closes or you stop using it, will you ever get your data back, and if you do get it back will it be a format you may easily transfer to another application.
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