Many skeptics and critics, however, contend that cloud storage/file sync is not safe.
Whether you use Dropbox, or are considering using it, here are some ways to enhance data security with Dropbox.
A few months ago, Apple introduced iMessage, a nifty iOS 5 feature that allows you to send unlimited messages via WiFi or 3G from your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch to anyone else who has one of those devices. Not only does iMessage allow you to save on data plans, it also allows you to track delivery and receipt of messages, create and read messages on multiple devices, and “enjoy secure encryption for text messages.”
Google uses wireless networks to help location-aware devices locate themselves more quickly. But if you don’t like the idea of Google knowing where your network is on the map, you can tell Google to ignore your wireless network by adding “_nomap” to your network’s name (SSID). You can also turn off public broadcasting of the SSID.