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Any electronic communication, no matter how private, could eventually be made public.
More than 100,000 Wordpress websites have been compromised as a result of unused or insecure plugins.
Box's corporate customers need help managing the relentless growth of online storage and applications, let alone the mobile devices that access them.
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Okay, but why? Data collected by cloud storage provider iDrive demonstrates that iOS users are more likely to back up data and use available privacy controls than their Android-using peers.
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