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Google GDrive

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 11-Jul-2006 11:47

There you go. If you are like me and think on-line backups are something useful (yes, I use Carbonite), then this is just fresh: Google GDrive is apparently just around the corner.

Apparently you can upload files for backup, and even share the data with other Google users (read only). It will also maintain synchronised copies of your files across computers.

I hope it doesn't impose a 10,000 files limit on the synchronisation feature, like Fileshare does.?

More information on Google GDrive at CyberNet.

Of course you should treat this as a rumour until it's officially announced by Google - if it ever happens.









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