How to choose your Datacentre for Encodian Flowr

January 25th 2024
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Security is of the utmost importance to us. That’s why we solely use Microsoft Azure PaaS, meaning your data never leaves a Microsoft Datacentre! However, some highly regulated companies must ensure their data never leaves the country. Before now, you could only choose which Datacentre Encodian Flowr processes your data if you were on the Enterprise Plan, but no more! You can now select your Data Residency if you’re on any of our paid plans!

How to choose your data centre:

1. Connectors

When in Power Automate, head to the toolbar on the left-hand side and select ‘Connectors’.

If you haven’t pinned this to your toolbar, you might have to select ‘More’ first!

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2. Edit

Click on the ellipsis (…) next to the Encodian Flowr Connection, and choose ‘Edit’.

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3. Region

From the dropdown, select which region you’d like your data to be processed in.

And that’s it! You’ve now chosen your data centre.

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Interested in how Encodian keeps your data safe? 

  • Your data is encrypted whenever it is in transit or at rest by using 256-bit AES encryption.  
  • We have current SHA-256 and RSA Encryption Certificates for all API (Application Programming Interface) services. 
  • All our API services use TLS1.2 as a minimum and enforce the HTTPS protocol. 
  • We never store your processed data – we count actions. 
  • We use an API to immediately and permanently delete your data as soon as it’s been processed. 
  • We are ISO 27001 certified and work with the best practices in the industry. 

So, you know that working with an Encodian connector is as safe as working within your own Microsoft Azure environment. For a more in-depth look into data processing, check out our Data Security and Data Privacy article on our support network or our Data Processing Agreement. 

Ev Luna-Rose

Content Marketing Manager

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