This transcript is automatically generated
Com live I'm here with -- Rogers and -- -- fascinating article on Fox News apple foxbusiness.com.
And so you can check -- out there and it's titled what you should and shouldn't store in the clouds so this is fascinating.
New technology it's quickly gaining speed that there -- some you know detractors and there's also people are very positive.
About it so you've been able to do research and how to get to the bottom of it to lay it out.
For our viewers as to exactly whether or not they should be implemented.
Yeah I and especially for small business owners is becoming increasingly popular because it's so cheap.
You can use systems like drop box and Microsoft Office -- 65 which go for as little as five dollars per user per month still for a small business -- -- some money it's an ideal situation let's drop -- top box is -- of cloud computing system where you're allowed to use stored data basically in the clouds you can sort things like you're seeing now.
Files for your business group projects and things like that all in one location and access it from multiple devices so it really is -- You've got you know some being your cloud you can then what access it from say -- I had I had my can be -- email your iPhone that's very big desktop.
It down pretty I.
That's exactly right violates he said there's certain security risks and possibly data breaches that are opened up for small business owners who have a lot at -- So that's the concern right because what's really good about this is the fact you don't have to buy additional hardware -- not a -- -- liked the name I'll take anarchy is magnate.
It's very cost effective and especially -- for small businesses but where does it put small businesses in pero.
While still some of the things that you can keep there are things like you're eighteen now.
That's something that isn't really going to put your personal business and livelihood -- -- If it were to get breached because no one's really interested in your personal life so -- your -- there's find also keeping their projects there is fine for small business owners and actually may be helpful because it can allow.
Their employees to access things that.
The entire company's working on in different locations that's something that's really convenient OK so for example like a Fox News right -- news Fox Business -- such unlikely in all our emails we get news alerts and wires and all that at upcoming end.
And so we were to have something like that -- -- -- we you can actually have multiple levels of security you please silly if you wanna get me some of years secretaries and lower level management to access certain files you could set it up ballet and then have certain things that only higher upper level management can access as well -- I think -- kind of -- your security event.
For your company in particular but like you said there are places it can get you into trouble.
Right hand some of those things are personally identifiable -- as though.
And I mission critical information -- -- essential -- allowing it is to run every day should not be -- -- in the absolutely not because let's say okay here small medical company have insurance files or something like that around.
If those already at three churches shut down to -- he wouldn't be able to run your business every day.
All right well Kate Rogers is fascinating personal finance small business reporter Fox Business Network online and check out our article take a look at it right there on the -- -- And -- get enough business already we have -- party because Tracie burns from the Fox Business Network sheet is.