We recently ran a post featuring the Ultimate Gentleman’s den. The man cave is a sacred place and one that should be open only to the worthy. A gentleman values privacy and knows to keep his best secrets hidden to prying eyes. Check out these secret passageways few have seen.
My computer at home is password protected, in a room that locks, in a house whose metal doors lock several times over, all protected by alarms, motion sensors and a German Shepard that barks at 105 dB. I use a different password for every site I use, they all look like this: C6y9e2s10q and I have all the latest anti-virus protection. I never visit pirate sites or download ANYTHING unless I know exactly where I’m getting it.
This is life in 2012 – we can’t risk our stuff getting stolen because it would be damaging to our business or personal lives.
Safe as my data is at home, when I want to take files with me on my iPad I need to email them to myself. Then I have to open the attachments and save them somewhere, which is annoying. If there are a bunch of different file types, they get scattered all over the place and you need a new app for PDFs, then another for spreadsheets, etc.
The iPad itself is password protected, but when I open it I want all my stuff in one place, protected by another password. That’s why I use DragNSYNC. It keeps everything safe and organized. That way I know if my iPad is lost (not likely, since I use it 24/7) or stolen, whoever gets their greasy mitts on it has no access to my files. It’s like a German Shepard for my iPad.
Download it here: http://goo.gl/AAlbn