Yesterday Apple founder and inventor of the Mac II, Steve Wozniak, talked openly about the elephant in the room. He admitted that he knows “the Cloud” aint what it needs to be. He revealed that he knows security is a major issue. He should know, he’s still an Apple employee; the company staking a significant proportion of its future on iCloud. He shared his recognition that “the Cloud” is inherently insecure.
He should become LifeStuff’s PR man. Here’s what he said…
“I really worry about everything going to the cloud. I think it’s going to be horrendous. I think there are going to be a lot of horrible problems in the next five years. I want to feel that I own things, A lot of people feel, ‘Oh everything is really on my computer,’ but I say the more we transfer everything onto the web onto the cloud, the less we’re going to have control over it.”
He’s right actually, because “cloud storage” as it stands is no more “cloud storage” than Buzz Lightyear is a flying Olympian. Cloud storage is simply remote storage on vast data centres that are huge targets for hackers.
LifeStuff is different
Thankfully, from September 5 this year, Steve can sleep more easily as a new kind of online storage will finally reveal itself to the world; a form of storage that doesn’t use data centres.
LifeStuff is a completely different concept in online storage. A concept founded in the idea of perfect security and developed from there. Read about the concept behind our network here.
Written by Mark Gorman (and Steve Wozniak)
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