Google's GDrive Will Allow Access To Files 'Anywhere, Anytime'

The Google Operating System blog points to one blogger's discovery of text inside the Google Pack software suite that basically lays out what GDrive will do:

GDrive provides reliable storage for all of your files, including photos, music and documents. GDrive allows you to access your files from anywhere, anytime, and from any device - be it from your desktop, web browser or cellular phone.

So GDrive is shaping up to be an any-file backup system that will roll out with a desktop client, web access. But with all the feature-rich competition GDrive's facing, one would think tie-ins with other Google Apps, and raw data space, would be what Google truly wants to crow about. Are you intrigued by GDrive so far, or wondering what all the noise is about?


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    'wondering what all the noise is about' -- online storage is nothing new, I remember sites around doing it back in the late 90's when I was first online. Yahoo! had an online storage service called 'Briefcase' as well (which looking at their site now looks like they're shutting down)

    Google doing it doesn't really feel like anything to crow about.

    I'm attracted to G-drive even though there's lots of similar competing services. Data storage is very important, and I always wonder, in the back of my mind, whether this or that company is going to stay in business for a few decades for me to totally rely on them particularly for business data storage. With google, one assumes they've got a better chance of being there for the long haul than smaller competitors.

    Incidentally, speaking of companies in it for the long haul, Amazon.com's www.jungledisk.com is quite good, and amazon.com presumably will be around for a while.

    Please take a look at http://www.FilesAnywhere.com

    This cloud storage service exists TODAY. It is the perfect way to store, use and share files from anywhere. FilesAnywhere has features for all types of users, from individuals to small workgroups and larger corporate teams.

    You can get a no-charge account immediately and try the "next big thing" right now!

    Tim

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