"I must confess I am wary of storing full details of my whereabouts in the Cloud, but I'm probably amongst the minority!"
I doubt that, but it's an interesting subject. I think it's traditionally been the case that most people have been very wary of parting with personal information on the internet, but I sense a slight shift. Lots of people appear to be operating the 'triumph of hope over experience' policy of allowing their personal details to be stored on more and more servers. I meet people who tell me they go along with this because 'my details must be on so many databases by now, it's not worth bothering about'.
I work in a school which uses the Windows Live email system and email addresses have associated Sky Drive space. We have been advised not to save anything confidential within Sky Drive because it is not guaranteed to be secure. I doubt very much that the Google accounts are any better, which is part of the reason why I am hesitant about the Cloud.
Perhaps this subject would make an interesting PC Advisor poll.
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