You probably already guessed this, but survey data says younger workers like to ignore corporate IT rules.
Dropbox is a robust independent file syncing tool (which Apple once tried to buy) that recently hit the 100m user milestone. It's arguably the most popular cloud service around, and for good reason.
Dave is a huge fan of the Dropbox service and he explains 10 tricks for how to use the service to stay more organized and free of digital clutter.
Between hosting webpages and emailing files straight to your folders, there's a lot you can do with Dropbox that you never knew before.
Dropbox is great but the data is not encrypted on your computer (you can read more about this here). There are various ways to encrypt some private files in your Dropbox folder: you can use Truecript, EncFS, etc.
It's not perfect, but this promising public beta is easy to set up and use.