On the protection of your data: secure in-browser text checkers

Data protection standards

Data protection standards

Cloud vs Server — what will you choose?

Cloud vs Server — what will you choose?

  • As of 2019, around 48% of all corporate data is stored in the cloud comparing with 30% in 2015 {Statista};
  • customer information and payment details are the most vulnerable types of data stored in the cloud {Statista};
  • 60% of respondent IT practitioners stated their organization did not evaluate cloud providers for security capabilities because of the lack of resources {Statista};
  • in 2019, 47% of US Internet users believe that their data and personal information online was somewhat vulnerable to hackers {Statista};
  • for 39% of users, it’s important to be notified what data the provider collects about them and why it wants to collect it {Statista};
  • 84% of cybersecurity components in U.S. healthcare organizations as of 2019 included workstations and servers {Statista}.

On-premise proofreading solutions

  • proofreading in 20+ languages;
  • personal dictionaries;
  • custom rules;
  • personalization options;
  • blocklist of domains with enabled proofreading.
  • multilingual spell- and grammar- checker with the auto-detector;
  • integrations with business software (Gmail, Confluence, Jira, Slack, etc);
  • specialized dictionaries (medical and legal);
  • personalization options.
  • contextual spelling, grammar and punctuation checking and terminology manager;
  • style suggestions to improve writing;
  • integrations with browsers and office software;
  • team user statistics and management;
  • style guide custom rules;
  • premium account management.
  • grammar and spelling checking;
  • autocomplete suggestions;
  • team dictionaries;
  • compatibility with browsers, business software and custom solutions (Zendesk, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Hubspot, LivePerson);
  • searchable snippets (pieces of texts your team frequently uses);
  • snippet tags and templates;
  • chat suggestions;
  • error reporting and efficiency analytics.
Comparing self-hosted solutions

On a closing note

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