Confidential data in the Evernote cloud

Christopher Lee posts in Tablet Productive: Evernote Hacked, Now what? « Blog « tabletproductive.

The reality is, I am concerned about the security of my information on the cloud but I have made the choice that the risk of a breach is outweighed by the productivity benefit that cloud services like Dropbox and Evernote provide.

I agree that for most types of data the benefits outweigh the risks, as long as you take sensible precautions. I also believe (as does Christopher) that certain types of information are best stored locally, and that this Evernote hacking attempt is a good reminder to periodically review our data security strategy.

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