I've got a bit of a need to store some sensitive data, and have it available wherever I am and whatever I'm doing. What I'm after is basically a slightly enhanced wiki – my full list of requirements reads:
- Web accessible
- Ability to view offline when required
- Syncs locally across multiple computers (PC and Mac)
- Data must be exportable if required
- Doesn't have to be free.
- Ability to store whatever – files, text, rich text (this one is actually low priority, could be text only)
The best fit so far is a simple Notes/Domino document library (one which has had some web usability enhancements of course), but I'd like to explore other options before I go down that path.
EverNote comes close, except I'm not sure how secure it is. Google documents also comes close, except it's not available offline (plus everyone knows that Google <insert your favourite google conspiracy theory here> etc). I've got plenty of hosting capacity on my hosting provider, so if there's something I can download and customise then that works too. I'm coming very close to just writing something.
Anyone got any bright ideas or interesting suggestions?