On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 3:05 PM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Makes sense, thanks! Although leaving account/password list unencrypted
> on a shared drive seems potentially dangerous...
Just make sure the file they're stored in is named something like "Meeting
minutes for [insert name of most boring and dreaded committee at your local
institution]." If it makes you feel safer, put the data in the middle of
some _real_ meeting minutes... ;)
Realistically speaking, unless you really have things locked down tight (in
which case it's hard as heck to collaborate which makes everyone take their
real work to dropbox and google as well as short circuit whatever security
is in place), anyone who has access to your drives has so much access to
sensitive data as well as the capability for whatever mischief that there
are few institutional accounts that would really give them the ability to
do much more than they already can.