Google Gdrive

While Google has been ever increasing it’s Gmail capacity, Microsoft overtook them with their upgrade to their Live email services brand. But Google is looking to one up Microsoft this time. Google is getting ready to launch their G drive as some call it, a free online storage space. Although Microsoft already launched a service like this called Skydrive, it only has a 500MB capacity. No word on Google’s capacity has been released but it will surely be in the gigabyte range for their free accounts, with more storage available for purchase. The service should be available by next year.

The Wall Street Journal has a nice chart comparing some different services, I’ve reproduced it here.
WSJ Chart

Source: ComputerWorld

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