With current service providers, you are unable enjoy private and anonymous network traffic since application hosting providers, third party integrations and company related SOPs leave your network and your data open to prying eyes.
Is your data being made private through the use of VPN, & encryption technology?
Is your data sent via secure mediums and channels in order to minimize risks?
Are your remote devices able to access your data without compromising its safety?
PRIVACY ISSUES DUE TO INTEGRATIONS
Leaving an entire network, or even a single device open to leakage via misconfigured protocols.
Each time you call outside help to fix an issue, you are inviting a new pair of eyes into your “controlled” environment.
In the long-run, integrated solutions may lose support for your version and may also receive undesirable upgrades.
PRIVACY BY DESIGN
Industrial and production standard design practices that enable devices to act as servers and clients as and when needed. This is not possible in the currently offered centralized server model.
With the client-server model, your server is at the very center and quite literally the only true line of defense if your network ever does become a target.
If one device gets hacked, your data’s privacy has already been breached. This means by the time you find out, your data would have potentially been already exposed.