Apple's Siri may be a major security problem
As it seems, Siri may be good for some casual entertainment, but it also may be a major security problem for companies and businesses.
Every question you ask Siri is stored in a data center in Oregon, not on the iPhone or the iPad and if anyone who's interested in the information you provide Siri, pretty much can access it.
With the Siri data, hackers can potentially access information such as location data, contact names and web searches.
Companies are not pleased with Siri's data storing, which occurs as a software process spitting answers.
The data also improves the quality and speed of Siri's results in future searches.
Everything that is good for Apple, is actually bad for the companies that want to keep their information to themselves.
For instance, IBM blocked the Siri software on its network, as the company played it safe out of fear that Apple or other companies could access IBM's key information.