This might be a problem in search of a solution. Even throwing a drive in a fireproof box/safe.
A colocation center? Do the initial backup locally then use something to replicate changes in the future?
If they're cranking a profit and not reporting it, it's almost certainly an IRS and state tax thing right?
Don't talk to the police if you believe yourself to be the target of an investigation because it is your right and you're a rank amateur in the law, police and DA's are not. If it progresses past a certain point of trying to get you to catch yourself in a lie, hire a lawyer/PD.
Not for a user, for a company's confidential data.
But there is unlimited risk involved.
YES I had a 600. 650, and 700 Loved them
It's not that you can't do it, it's that you can't do it to a level that would allow anyone to have leverage over you.
So basically they're hipsters?
I feel like this is kind of misleading, I get the impression Ms. Meyer is matter of factly stating the opinions the courts have come to and the ways the laws currently exist, and not providing a personal opinion.
/. isn't journalism, it's a blog, but misleading sensationalist titles are pretty good clickbait.
Worked on me.
My thoughts exactly.
Top Secret clearances don't necessarily mean you'll have a polygraph test administered.
Again, depends on the application. Fragmentation in the consumer space just confuses the consumer, what Microsoft and Apple do well, begrudgingly, which also has its cons, is present a uniform experience to the consumer.
A front-end for "cloud" and web based hosted SAAS applications? I don't see it as a win for Linus/x, but a revenue stream for Microsoft.