If you’re thinking about making the switch to Notion, you’re probably wondering where it stores the data you entrust it with. After all, the single most important thing in the age of the internet is privacy. Make a rash decision and you could end up handing personal information, trade secrets, and everything in between, over to a third party. So, where does Notion store data?
Notion stores data on its secure servers. It is encrypted in transfer and at rest, though in-house administrators have access to it for support purposes. This has led to many would-be customers arguing that it will need an option to have data encrypted and protected from unauthorized access before it’s recognized as a commercial service that rivals the likes of market leaders Asana and Trello.