Drew Houston of Dropbox speaks during the Digital Life Design conference (DLD) at HVB Forum on January 23, 2012 in Munich, Germany. Dropbox is investigating whether its security was breached, leading to spam messages to users.
Cloud services are the ballyhooed future of software, information storage, device management and whatever else you can think of that requires the use of a computer or device. Which is why Dropbox’s current investigation into itself gives pause. The preeminent cloud-company is checking to see whether its security has been breached, leading to a rash of spam emails sent to users.
If such hack-attacks are not subdued when aimed at massive central information-storage servers, can the cloud be trusted?
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