For users with Team and Team Studio accounts, Scriptation functions the same way. Even if an employer is paying for your account, no one at Scriptation or your production company can see your files, or “remote in” to your device. This is because all users of a group license use the same activation code, not individual usernames and passwords.
While Team and Team Studio account managers do have login credentials for an admin web portal, this is entirely separate from the app. This basic web page is used for account management purposes only, such as service cancellation, upgrade, and viewing available activations. It does not hold any user data.
One final note: The single instance where Scriptation has to transmit data over servers is for Team and Team Studio users collaborating with Live Layers. In this case only, annotation data contained within user-selected shared layers is temporarily stored on our servers as a necessity of the sharing infrastructure. From a technical perspective, this data is submitted through an AWS server using AES256 encryption. We never store – and cannot access – the PDF documents that are connected to the annotations.