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What is better Google Drive or Dropbox to store our data on cloud server.
Secure Cloud Storage by applying compliance with your Cloud service software. Or you can use CASB solution to secure your cloud data. On of the best CASB vendor know as CloudCodes.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2018
Its better to store your stuff on an external drive in your home rather than on someone elses computer. but if you dont care about privacy. google will offer you more hard drive space.
Posted on Mar 01, 2017
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Google drive or Dropbox, both are part of cloud computing and both are safe. So registered and enjoy.
Posted on Feb 15, 2019
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Posted on Feb 05, 2019
Cloud security is a shared responsibility between the enterprises and the cloud service providers. So, even if the service providers have their internal security measures in place, these small businesses cannot shrug off their own responsibility of cloud storage security.Files stored in reliable cloud services are some of the most secure files you can have, provided you have good passwords. Google, Microsoft, and Amazon all provide reliable cloud services for consumer file storage.
7 ways by which we can secure data on Cloud Storage:
1)Take responsibility for security
5)Protecting APIs and images
7)Control shadow IT
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Posted on Jun 15, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer E data Security PSD DRIVE
The HiTrustDrive holds Acers back-up data of your system, you should have made recovery discs from this when you first had the laptop. When making these discs you are asked to define a password, you will need the password to view the files, if you have forgotten it just boot to a linux live cd and you can view the password, it is stored in plain text on a hidden partition in the following file: /TOOLS/AIMDRS.DAT
Posted on May 27, 2009
Not a solution: just a follow up. Did you work this out, as I have the same problem now. For others info: the xseries 206, has 2 sata connections which can be configured as a sata raid. It also has 3 hot pluggable scsi slots. When the sata drives are not connected it boots off the scsi to win server. As soon as the satas are plug in ( 1 or 2, raid or not) it wants to boot off the sata drive. Any help would be great.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
SOURCE: my google account is not working..it appears can't establish a reliable data connection to the server. this could be a temporary problem or your phone may not be provisioned for data service.if i
Two possible issues ... You may have had an old SIM card ... or your
Account has not been set for Data ... the data provision is enabled by
the Service provider and your SIM card is part of that service ...
Call the CS and have them check that your phone's sim and account are both registered in their system ... once this is done ... you should be OK ..
Is it rooted? Does it have a custom ROM without the Google apps loaded? If so, you will need to flash the appropriate gapps to the phone.
For the xRecovery You can DL Root Explorer
- Download and unpack the recovery package
- use Root Explorer to remount /system rw
- copy the content of the package (3 files) into /system/bin folder
- set permissions individually to 777 on each of the 3 files from the zip
This sounds like you do not have Internet settings on the handset, In reality you will need to contact your network provider and request that they supply the Internet settings to rectify this issue.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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