Very quickly — in fact it is very easy to get started with Joi!
You can be up and running your events in minutes. The hardest thing is getting your head around how much you have done in so little time!
The answer is yes 🙂
There are multiple ways to share or publish your program in Joi.
With all these methods, whatever changes you make and update in Joi, your published program will be automatically updated. No more double handling of content to your website or app.
There is a 30 day free trial period when you create your first account in Joi.
In the free trial period you can create as many events and accounts as you like and collaborate with as many colleagues as you like.
Joi runs on the Google cloud platform which complies with stringent security frameworks and certifications. For more information: https://cloud.google.com/security/compliance/iso-27001/
The event data is only accessible to people in the account or invited to the workforce. You can set and edit permission levels to your events by individual, giving you full control of who can edit what.
When you close your event, anyone who was added to your workforce will no longer be able to access the event. Only the event owner will still have access.
Joi does not store, process or collect credit card information submitted to us by customers. We leverage trusted and PCI-compliant payment vendor, Stripe, to ensure that customers’ credit card information is processed securely and according to appropriate regulation.
For more information: https://stripe.com/docs/security/stripe
All Joi email notifications are sent via Hubspot. HubSpot is TRUSTe certified for Enterprise Privacy and maintain compliance with the EU-US Privacy Shield. They also earned SkyHigh’s CloudTrust rating of “Enterprise Ready”. Hubspot services are housed in the US with world-class cloud infrastructure providers Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. All HubSpot cloud infrastructure providers are SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 certified and maintain facilities secured against electronic and physical intrusion.