Dropbox? When is it OK to say ‘yes’?
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Dropbox? When is it OK to say ‘yes’?

A healthcare CIO reverses course and lets doctors use the cloud service, but only with a layer of data encryption for security.

Source: www.cio.com

There’s a huge need for sharing sensitive documents. Often people simply attach them to emails and send’em away without realizing that this sensitive information is being sent on a channel that security experts classify as “secure as sending a postcard”.

But users require a simple solution to perform their task, so if email isn’t allowed how about DropBox? Unfortunately, this is not the way since they are not security standard compliant. You have introduced an unsecure element when storing documents in an unsecure cloud service. Large organisation with big budgets address this with large scale and expensive in-house development and implementations of so-called hybrid cloud solutions. But what are SMEs to do?

They will just have to look for solutions based on secure communication platforms like apptimate.io.

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Dropbox? When is it OK to say ‘yes’?