Yet systems like Drop box and One drive are considered secure enough for Corporate use by some of the world's largest companies :lol:bigcog said:Yes probably, dropbox globally accessible to anyone and thus open to being hacked ...Eyeballs Out said:Better to have just one copy on a laptop and take that all over the world. Or better still no records at all, just keep it all in your head. Can't get more secure than that. I'm struggling to keep up with which of these methods Doc Freeman was going for in 2011 or sincebigcog said:That's a fair point about the security of dropbox. I wouldn't want my medical records kept on it.Robert5091 said:http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/cycling/team-sky-sir-bradley-wiggins-medical-records-lost-dropbox-a7652936.html
"“I found [Dropbox] difficult to use, having on-going concerns about its security and greater confidence in my own system of note keeping,” Freeman said in a submission which stated that he had been instrumental in setting up the use of the software to create a central store of medical records."
good grief ...