By Roblimo from Slashdot's it-seems-the-network-is-the-computer-after-all department
Tom Henderson, Principal Researcher at ExtremeLabs Inc.
, is not a cloud fan. He is a staunch privacy advocate, and this is the root of his distrust of companies that store your data in their memories instead of yours. You can get an idea of his (dis)like of vague cloud privacy protections and foggy vendor service agreements from the fact that his Network World columnn is called Thumping the Clouds
. We called Tom specifically to ask him about a column entry titled The downside to mass data storage in the cloud
Today's video covers only part of what Tom had to say about cloud privacy and information security, but it's still an earful and a half. His last few lines are priceless. Watch and listen, or at least read the transcript, and you'll see what we mean.Read Replies (0)