Google Docs to allow storage of any file

Priyanka The Money Times 13.01.2010 19:42
Google Docs to allow storage of any file - Google - Google Apps - Technology - Internet


Google Apps users will be able to store files of any kind up to 250MB, and will also get up to 1GB free storage space; any additional file uploaded will cost 25 cents per GB per year.



Anil Sabharwal from the Google Docs team wrote in a blog post, "Now accessing your work files doesn't require a connection to your internal office network. Nor do you need to e-mail files to yourself, carry around a thumb-drive, or use a company network drive – you can access your files using Google Docs from any web-enabled computer."

This turns Google Docs into a virtual backup or a hard-drive. According to the Official Google Blog, this new service will be available over the next few weeks.

Google Apps Premium Edition is a fee-based Google Docs version for the business users and users must pay $3.50 per GB per year for the service.

It permits the automatic syncing of files via a new ‘Memeo Connect for Google Apps’ version and includes Gmail, Google Docs, Google sites, Google Calendar and much more.


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