The cloud idea is not very smart from the get-go..
First in many cases you sign your rights to your material away...
Second if your data gets lost you are out of luck and have nowhere to turn for damages.
When the cloud goes down you cannot do business.
Take responsibility for your own data, don't send it to the cloud..
You can tell from the lines on her face
You can see that she's been there
Probably been moved on from every place
Cause she didn't fit in there
'Cause it's another day for you and me in paradise
Phil Collins Another Day In Paradise
using a cloud for storage purposes is pretty lame
if you're using it for distributed processing, it's awesome.
Also, about backups... redundant storage is not really a backup. That comment will undoubtably cause some confusion, but enjoy.
Are you able to point to a Terms of Service or similar document on any cloud provider where you sign away rights to your material?
Originally Posted by AF6LJ
I've seen some publicly accessible photo and blog sites with this disclaimer, but doubtful a private cloud storage provider would do this.
Originally Posted by KT1F
When Cloud was first introduced, it appeared to be a Micro$haft product (That ought
to make you suspicious iin the 1st place). As time progressed, there were different
clouds, but none guaranteed security or hack-proof. It was at this point, I decided that
cloud computing was not safe for making back-ups and plan to use the DVD burner to
The Part 90, Public Safety database will be in a seperate section of the 2TB hard drive and
running DOS 6.22. The rest of the drive will be for pictures, music, electronics.
Maybe I haven't seen enough sites but I've never seen a big name / mainstream site that says if you upload a photo or writing or other content then we own your content.
Originally Posted by KF5FEI
The thing that most sites have is a clause that says something like "You grant us permission to make it available on the internet for the purposes of operating the service". If you read those clauses carefully, they need that to cover themselves and make the service actually work. If you upload a photo to Flickr, you need to grant Flickr the right to send it out again through a web server otherwise the system cannot even function.
Most of the uproar that has occurred from time to time over the years with terms of service on various sites seem to have been a misunderstanding of that clause, sometimes because of bad wording
Wozniak hasn't been right since the crash. He's functionally a derp. He's happy and folks humor him so I am glad for him, but his opinion are like listening to "Corky" from Life Goes On.
OK, it sounds like you aren't familiar with the purpose of cloud storage. It is 3rd party, off-site, live, private storage. The storage space is supposed to be private, confidential, and only accessible by the user. A place that exists on the internet for you to store secure copies of documents, phone books, etc...
Originally Posted by KT1F
Originally Posted by K8MHZ
I sure would like to hear a recording of that social engineering phone call the hacker made to the "help desk".
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It's not a "product" at all.
Originally Posted by KA5LQJ
It's a method of storage.
So don't look for a brand name to be attached to it.