Cloud computing: It has already changed the Internet as you and I know it



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Ask Mitch Wainer what he thinks about your privacy settings, and he’ll tell you they’re pretty darn important. The marketing director of  DigitalOcean, a cloud service software company based in New York City’s trendy SoHo neighborhood, Wainer experienced the effects of privacy breach firsthand when 3% of his company’s users were at risk of being able to see someone else’s data when logging into their account. And that fact is more than a little terrifying, considering that 90% of cloud application users say that they’d be very concerned if the company at which their data were stored sold it to a third party of which they might not be aware. Adapted from thenextweb.com

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