DIAGNOSIS

Do Not Trust Third Parties

By Lakshay Behl on June 19, 2022

If you rely on third-party service providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon and so on for storing your data... and if their cloud is the primary home for your data, it's only a matter of time before you lose access to it... or worse, get breached.

They have their uses, but your data is your responsibility. Especially if it's mission-critical data that your business needs. In-house data servers are so cheap that there really is no excuse for not using one, or more.

I only use third-parties as doomsday backups, and the data stored on there is encrypted so hacks don't scare me anyway.

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Article written by Lakshay Behl
Lakshay Behl is the world's leading business systems architect. He engineers and deploys business systems that automatically operate, manage and grow companies. While he typically works with established companies in certain sectors, his strategies are universally applicable.

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