On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 12:52:44PM +0300, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On 2/23/11, Philipp Überbacher wrote:
A realistic one I'd say. Using a web interface implies you have
already a working system, and by no means a minimal one.
> > Besides that the interface is slow and buggy, despite running on the
Apart from some very trivial ones I've never seen one that
was any better. I've seen a lot of them that are a pain to use.
> > The other example is google docs/spreadsheet which I have to use
Or elementary security awareness. If exposing the old and deprecated
non-ssh based X11 interface is a bad idea (there's no discussion about
that probably), then storing your data unprotected on a third party
system certainly is. And then there are the legal issues. If you store
some data obtained under NDA in a Google App, do you violate the NDA ?
I'd say yes. What if a medical doctor stores his patient's files this
way ? Most professional activities involve keeping confidential data
of some sort. I would not hesitate to say that Google Apps is a no-go
for that reason alone.
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