So you might be wondering what Baby’s Days has got to do with the Ukraine? Given that their team is “in house” and that they have a UK data centre you’ve probably assumed that everything is based here in the UK.
I was a user of Baby’s Days for 3.5 years and assumed that it was Mark that did all the coding (as he set it up initially for his wife) and then more recently Jeff joined the team part time as a kind of database administrator. To my recollection I’ve never actually been told this, it’s more implied from the website wording and facebook posts etc. Others might have interpreted things differently too, let me know in the comments section. So to my mind, “in house” always meant either Mark or Jeff.
But recently I have realised that Baby’s Days has at least one employee based in The Ukraine. I did wonder if maybe the Gentleman was just from the Ukraine, but his Facebook accounts says he lives
in the Ukraine. Most companies use contractors so I don’t find this odd but the fact that Baby’s Days have failed to mention this employee does seem very misleading to me.
As I’ve said elsewhere on the blog, I’m not very technically minded so I am unsure how much, if any, of your data this gentleman has access to, if he can view or download photos etc. When you login to your system you give permission to be, “monitored and recorded by on-site system personnel.” I am also unsure if this gentleman would have the ability to monitor and record you system use or if he is classed as “on site system personnel”. These are questions I had hoped to ask Baby’s Days but they did not get back to me with a comment sadly.
I have asked Baby’s Days to comment on this information and they declined to do so. As such this post is based on all information available at the time. If new information comes to light, I will obviously update this post so that it remains as factual as the others on this blog. There is of course the very small chance this man has a made up Linkedin and Facebook account and he doesn’t work for Baby’s Days at all.