Mind of Murph - Now that you have migrated to the cloud

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Dropbox

A business colleague sent a link to access some documents from him in Dropbox, but when trying to access it, Dropbox required me to set up an account with them that gave them access to my email and contacts? I didn't want to do that. Is this typical of cloud environments? Is there a work around?

Charity Silvers more than 1 year ago

Very typical -

This is typical behavior, the only work around comes, in some 'cloud environments' by the sender, in some cases they can 'turn-off' default requirements that require the recipient to establish log-in credentials.

insightfulaccountant.com more than 1 year ago

Cloud Security

I'm asking...

DOUG JOHNSON more than 1 year ago

Thanks for asking...

I will have a follow-up to this story next week

insightfulaccountant.com more than 1 year ago

those things CAN happen

I'd love to hear about how to mitigate damages regarding cloud data. In fact, I never thought about protecting my emails, and boy do I go back to those on numerous occasions when client's ask me the, "Did you ever do ..." questions.

Linda Finnegan more than 1 year ago

Migrated to the cloud

Murph! You are SUCH a tease. Yes, please...a few solutions to "those things that just can't happen".

Christy A Bertani more than 1 year ago

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