I run a small law firm, and keep my data on my own server. Can I run woodpecker on my own machine, and keep the data local?
Thanks for reaching out; great question.
The template data actually lives within the Word document itself (as metadata), so you can actually just store the templates on your local machine and the template data won’t ever leave the document unless you utilize a few different features.
The templates are uploaded to our servers with the multi-populate, document collection, auto-template, or questionnaires feature. We also store the Clause Library information in our database. All data is fully encrypted, in transit, and when it is stored.
So the short answer is that yes, you can absolutely us Woodpecker on your own machine and keep the data local, you’ll just need to avoid the features I mentioned above.
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions