If 2014 Was the Year of Stolen Consumer Data, Are Corporate Secrets Next?
Over the past few years, public cloud services have changed the way consumers and businesses think about files. For consumers, apps such as Dropbox make it easy and fun to store and share files with friends and family. At work, these services promise freedom from the tyranny of productivity-killing IT policies (such as email attachment size limits) and antiquated tools (such as file transfer protocol).
Tempering this newfound freedom is a growing awareness that sensitive information is being stored or shared insecurely.
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