Why Dropbox Poses Data Risks. Reason 3: Corrupted Data
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies and an increasingly mobile workforce are putting new pressures on IT and changing the requirements for how workers want (and need) to access corporate data.
In a study by CERN, the European Organization of Nuclear Research, silent data corruption was observed in 1 out of every 1500 files. Dropbox and other consumer-grade file sync services disclose few, if any, details about how they prevent data corruption from occurring. True business-grade file sync services cryptographically tag every piece of data and redundantly store data on multiple data center racks to virtually eliminate any chances of silent data corruption, which has been shown to be common in large-scale storage systems.
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