SecureFormTM Plans

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SecureForm services can also be an upgrade/add-on for customers with existing Email Hosting or Web Hosting accounts.

Feature Shared Dedicated
Security & privacy
HIPAA Compliance Available?
FormBuilder
PDF Hosting
PDF & HTML Templates
Ink Signatures
Secure Email via SecureLineTM
All Integrations
Location
USA USA or Custom
Multiple layers of firewalls
Backups included?
Full-disk Encryption
Dedicated SecureFormTM Processing?
Dedicated SecureForm Processing requires a dedicated server with Private Labeling.

When ordering shared SecureForm services, SecureForms are processed through a shared cluster and your data is saved on a shared server.

Dedicated solutions are ideal for isolating both your data and the processing of your data from everyone else.

Custom backup/retention Schedules?
Dedicated server customers can choose custom backup frequencies and retention schedules; this may come with an additional cost. Contact sales for more information.
Account isolation: No other LuxSci customers have access to your server. No shared servers.
In a shared solution, many 100s or 1000s of separate customers share the same server. Security replies on logical and software partitioning of access and resources. Shared solutions are inherently less secure, have less consistent performance, but are less expensive. Dedicated servers are recommended for when security and consistent performance are important.
Multiple servers/server clusters
Private Label Branding
available
Private Label branding is optional on shared accounts. It starts at $25/mo. Private Label branding is required for dedicated SecureForm processing servers and is thus included in the "Starting Price" listed below.
Maximum Post Size:
50 MB customizable
On dedicated SecureForm processing servers, we can customize your maximum form post size limit.
Starting Price
$50/mo $250/mo
 
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