During our engineering demo from our Santa Rosa offsite, we had the pleasure of engaging in a lively discussion that brought forth some powerful insights.
One of the key takeaways was the importance of data privacy, particularly for B2B enterprise use cases. Our users emphasized the need for robust data protection measures. Today, data is precious and its security is paramount. We are committed to strengthening our data protection measures to ensure your peace of mind.
We also got feedback on our product's name. “VirtualMe™/VirtualWe™” didn't quite resonate with our users. This honest feedback gives us the chance to find a name that truly embodies our product's spirit – as in, how are people using it? In addition, users also share the concept that VirtualMe™ and VirtualWe™ are "containers" of data that is easier to interact with. Essentially, folks are loading these up with any kind of data they want to query and seeing the VirtualMe™ as a container to easily interact with a data set.
Our users also highlighted the need for org-level permissioning, both at the container and content levels. This feedback will guide us in developing a system that offers flexibility and control, catering to diverse organizational needs.
In conclusion, we're incredibly grateful for the feedback and insights. Your experiences and perspectives shape the future of VirtualMe™/VirtualWe™. We're excited about the journey ahead and are committed to making our product more user-friendly, secure, and effective in meeting your needs.