QuickBase offers access only to individual registered users who have specified an e-mail address and a password at least 8 characters in length.
Get answers to your questions about QuickBase security, administration, extensibility, and privacy.
When you create a database with QuickBase, only the people whom you explicitly invite can actually use it. This means you have complete control over who can view, modify, or add information to your database. In addition, you can limit access to select information within your database through field-level permissions.
QuickBase employs industry-standard, Secure Socket Layers (SSL) protocol to ensure your information is neither intercepted nor corrupted during transmission over the Internet. In addition, QuickBase uses encryption technology to help protect your data when stored on disk.
QuickBase is not a "dot-com," with a "here today, gone tomorrow" business model. We're a member of the Intuit family of products and services, representing more than $2 billion in annual sales and more than 25 million customers. It's through these resources that we can make investments in systems and information reliability.
In fact, our data center is the same facility that handles millions of tax returns via TurboTax for the Web each year. To assure continued service, data integrity, and customer confidence, we've outfitted this data center with:
In case of natural disaster, we have a second and separate data center that redundantly protects and stores all customer information and assets.
Over the years, Intuit has adopted strict guidelines and practices so that your private information stays that way. Not even QuickBase personnel are allowed to access the information contained within your databases without your express permission.