September 7th, 2014
04:12 AM ET

Is Your Data Safe on the iCloud?

Even if you're not an Apple user, many companies use Apple's iCloud to store YOUR data. CNET.com senior editor Bridget Carey explains how Apple is recovering from the security breach that leaked so many nude celebrity photos and explains how remote servers work.

Carey also has some fantastic suggestions on how to better protect your data that lives on remote servers.

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  1. Andrea Coluccio

    I'm pretty shocked about the confusion between iCloud and Coloud that people have in the video ...

    September 7, 2014 at 5:05 am | Reply

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