Is Quickbooks Online safe?
lbloom 3 years ago
Given the rising surge in hacking attacks from Anonymous, Lulzsec, as well as attacks from Russia and China, is a cloud-based service like QuickBooks Online or Mint safe to use for a company’s finances? We’ve always kept our books on local servers because the first rule of security is _physical_ security. Once we move our financials to a cloud service, even a privatized cloud, aren’t we trading a great deal of safety and privacy in return for convenience and lower service costs?
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