Dropbox question?

This is a discussion on Dropbox question? within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by bourne Originally Posted by iPeck i use it to backup my apps whenever I install a new one and to share music ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourne View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by iPeck View Post
    i use it to backup my apps whenever I install a new one

    and to share music with my friends
    are you using titanium backup to do this?
    For me, Super manager does it good

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    Titanium is essential for a frequent flasher. Get the paid version!

    Dropbox had some security issues with employees able to access your data. It is easy to use, but I don't put critical legal/financial data on it.

    I couple it with Kuffs Password Safe, paid version, for my passwords.

    Works well together.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rugmankc View Post
    Titanium is essential for a frequent flasher. Get the paid version!
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    Totally agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugmankc View Post
    Titanium is essential for a frequent flasher. Get the paid version!

    Dropbox had some security issues with employees able to access your data. It is easy to use, but I don't put critical legal/financial data on it.

    I couple it with Kuffs Password Safe, paid version, for my passwords.
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    It's pretty obvious that sensitive infos should never be stored on any "cloud" server.

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    That's true, but I guess some folks do

    Just pointing out the issue I read about with them

    Some companies may not have a setup where any employee can access the info without your password--not sure though
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    Either way, ill NEVER trust the clouds...

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    +1 iPeck


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    Clouds are nice just to store stuff that is not a big deal if it gets out. That is why I don't like the idea from the chrome OS to live totally in the cloud cause maybe you have access to it everywhere but that just makes it easier to hack from anywhere :/

    Anyway going off topic a little.

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    So yeah, dropbox is great to store and access non-sensitive stuff lmao

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