One solution is to use one of the cloud storage services. Ease of use, number of features, and amount of storage space varies, based on the specific service, but you can store information and access it from any Internet-enabled computer in the world. Would you store your information in the cloud, instead of on your hard disk? If so, what types of information would you store online? Do you trust the security of these cloud storage services? What are the positives and negatives you might encounter with this type of service?

Consider one of the following scenarios:
You are at work and realize you forgot the electronic files at home for your meeting today.
You just returned from a fabulous vacation and want to share vacation pictures.
Your computers hard disk is almost full and you cannot afford to purchase additional storage.
One solution is to use one of the cloud storage services. Ease of use, number of features, and amount of storage space varies, based on the specific service, but you can store information and access it from any Internet-enabled computer in the world. Would you store your information in the cloud, instead of on your hard disk? If so, what types of information would you store online? Do you trust the security of these cloud storage services? What are the positives and negatives you might encounter with this type of service?