- From: evilwon12@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 21 Jun 2007 19:35:28 -0000
Pros: you can tell the end user that they are out of luck if they delete a file and did not back it up. That's about it IMO.
Security endorsements for that? Looks like a security nightmare.
Are you really going to place file backups on your Corporate users? If they have access to the site at work, they will have access to it from home. Thus, any "sensitive" data they back up, they can take home and send off to your competitors (to play devils advocate).
From my standpoint, anyone backing up corporate files over the Internet (in today's environment) would be writing themselves a pink slip.
Worse than "Gigli bad" IMO.
Run away from this fast. Besides, end users should not be pushing what products you use, nor should they care, as long as the products meet their needs.
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