The Disappearing Desktop - It's Real This Time
revdan at danshafer.com
Tue Nov 15 17:44:52 CST 2005
If we had a trusted business relationship established and you needed
my accounts, I would feel every bit as secure making them available
over the Net as I do sending them in the mail.
Since we don't....
On Nov 15, 2005, at 3:22 PM, David Bovill wrote:
> On 14 Nov 2005, at 20:53, Dan Shafer wrote:
>> Agreed. That and security are the issues and they have been more
>> than adequately addressed for a long time now. The "omigod my data
>> isn't on my own server" alarm is a red herring. Any company that
>> sees the advantage in distributed browser-based apps can easily
>> deal with the "scary" parts of the solution.
> Go on then Dan - send me your last years accounts. I promise my
> company won't look at it, data mine it, or forward any information
> gained to any third party. To really reassure you, why not fill in
> a signed web form which binds me to my little promise? You can
> trust me honest :)
> Seriously though Dan - I agree with you. Every time you make a
> normal credit card transaction over the phone you are exposing
> yourself to such risks if not more so - getting users to agree to
> that is another matter.
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