Monday, April 7, 2014

There is no cloud, just other people's computers

Like Graham Cluley, I think people could benefit from dropping the abstraction that "cloud computing" represents - at least as far as security goes. Once you start thinking of cloud storage and other online services as existing on other people's computers, the security implications become much more obvious.

(And yes, that is a spoof of the "There is no spoon" scene from The Matrix)
There is no cloud, just other people's computers 
Hopefully this catches on.


Patricia Moore said...

Hey, I appreciate to your writing.

Anonymous said...

that's exactly like:
There is no drought here in the US, because all the water is now stock piled and bottled in warehouses being sold to you sheeple.

#FunFact: there is exactly the same amount of water on earth today as there was 7,000 years ago.

#FunFact: you never own beer, you only rent it.