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The amount of data we need in our day to day life and work is only growing larger. And as the volume increases, so does its value. Data is essential, and so is having the space and tools to back it all up.
Apple is one of a larger number of big companies that has been inadvertently leaking sensitive data through Box, the cloud storage service.
Security researchers found that staff were exposing data by sharing public links to files and documents that can be easily discovered. It’s thought more than 90 companies, including Box itself, are affected.
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For many Mac users, there’s a distinct line between local and cloud storage. But we rely on both to get our work done and keep our data secure and tidy. So why shouldn’t both be accessible straight from the desktop?
These days, cloud storage is pretty much a must. It’s so common that many of us use at least two cloud services — maybe iCloud for photos and music, Google Drive for professional files, Dropbox for work stuff and so on. That means a lot of passwords to remember, and a lot of jumping between windows.