Given the recent revelations about NSA surveillance activities, many corporations have reconsidered where and how their data is stored. The Guardian article below offers a good overview of what has been happening in this space.
Private clients, on the other hand, have not been nearly as proactive and many still rely on US-based e-mail providers and cloud services. At T3 we are able to offer a comprehensive overview of all your data storage needs and implement the necessary changes, including creation of private clouds and secure alternatives to e-mail. Please feel free to get in touch for a detailed discussion of our capabilities. We can recommend and install government-grade hardware and software solutions for the most sensitive data or simply suggest a few cost-effective ways of improving your privacy online. The only limiting factors are your budget and the sensitivity of your data.
Matthew Taylor, The Guardian, Monday 31 March 2014
The vast scale of online surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden is changing how businesses store commercially sensitive data, with potentially dramatic consequences for the future of the internet, according to a new study.
A survey of 1,000 business leaders from around the world has found that many are questioning their reliance on “cloud computing” in favour of more secure forms of data storage as the whistleblower’s revelations continue to reverberate. more