Blink is a distributed system with data stored in multiple places. We store metadata on our own distributed network infrastructure in multiple locations using multiple cloud providers.
Individual organizations on Blink choose where, and by who, physical data is stored at rest. For example, one organization may store their data with Amazon Web Services in the US and the EU, whereas another organization may store their data with Microsoft Azure in the US only. For more information, reach out to your organizations Blink administrators and also refer to your company's internal data security policies.
Any individual user accounts on Blink that are not registered to an organization have their data stored within Blink's own private cloud infrastructure, managed by Amazon Web Services across multiple global regions.
Regardless of where your data is physically stored, you can rest assured that all data across Blink benefits from high levels of encryption and the very best security standards.
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To find out more information about data and security please check out the Security page of our website.