With the recently-reported hacks of DropBox, Amazon and iCloud having heightened concerns about the security of personal information stored on cloud services, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has voiced apprehensions of the so-called cloud computing environment.
Since cloud computing basically comprises the uploading of data on remote servers rather than the traditional hard disks, Wozniak – during the course of a conversation with the Associated Press – warned of horrific problems that will come along with widespread migration of the users to the cloud.
According to a statement made by co-founder Steve Wozniak in an interview this week, he is going to think over returning to an active role in the company, whose starting he had helped in, if he were asked to.
He stated at an interview in England this week that he would positively consider it, on being asked if he would have a more active role to play, according to Reuters reports.
Michigan State University will have the attendance of who’s who in its commencement slated to be held on Friday 6th May 2011. the spring commencement will have Apple cofounder and designer of the Apple I and Apple II computers Steve Wozniak as guest speaker who will also be bestowed with a honorary Doctorate of Engineering.
Apple's Steve Wozniak will make a speech at the convocation on May 6th at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center of the university. Wozniak and Steve Jobs co-founded Apple in 1976 and since then there has been no looking back.
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