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Saucy snaps at risk as embarrassed users shun safe backupOne in 10 people don’t make safe and secure copies of photos taken on their digital cameras as they are too saucy and want to reduce the risk of other people seeing them, according to a new survey. A further one in 12 is failing to back up photossnapped on their mobile phone because they fear they might go viral.
Brits most-likely to use cloud storage on a regular basisUK nation in Europe most-likely to embrace online storage
CIO.co.uk: File sharing - some factsFile sharing: some facts. Some statistics on how data gets about
Business Computing World: Will Kopimism Catch On in the UK?A European study into file sharing behaviour reveals that file sharing has increased from 2010 to 2011. Four in five respondents share photos, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, music and videos via email, while only seven percent burn discs to share with friends and family.
SME Web: File sharing has increased in Europe during 2010A European study into file sharing behaviour reveals that file sharing has increased from 2010 to 2011. However, research shows that there is still a slow uptake in mobile sharing from tablets and smartphones.
Easier.com: Increase in file sharingA European study into file sharing behaviour by One.com, the innovative supplier of web hosting services, reveals that file sharing has increased from 2010 to 2011.
InfoGrafaday: European file sharing habits revealedInternet – European file sharing Habits revealed
PC Advisor: 80% of Europeans prefer to share files by emailEmail is the most popular method in Europe when it comes to sharing files with friends and family, says One.com.
Freshbusinessthinking.com: File sharing on the increaseFile sharing is on the increase across Europe. Four in five respondents to One.com’s survey of European customers share photos, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, music and videos via email, while only seven percent burn discs to share with friends and family.
Newsilike: Survey - European File Sharing Habits RevealedOn the back of the astounding news that the right to file-share was recognised as a religious practice in Sweden this month, as part of the church of Kopimism. One.com have conducted research which found that Brits are already the shareoholics of Europe.
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