Comments: The Great Data Privacy Battle of the 2010s

If you're talking about your customers' detailed demographic or billing info, I agree that it doesn't belong in any of these three systems. But why would it be there? Do you blog your customers' names, store their addresses on your iPhone, or email their credit card numbers? If so, fail. This data should be in isolated systems that are designed for the bare minimum required controlled access, if it should be anywhere in your organization. If you can't find a SaaS vendor that provides this in a form you can use, then you have to build your own at AWS, a shared host, a VPS, or something like that. These vendors have much better security stories.

Posted by Jess at January 8, 2013 08:08 PM

I encourage you to look at rsync.net, if for no other reason than to see an example of an organization "doing it right".

I could give you a nice testimonial representing my own experiences there, but it's quicker to just show you:

http://www.rsync.net/philosophy.html

http://www.rsync.net/resources/notices/canary.txt

Posted by Cloud User at February 19, 2013 06:24 PM
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