Online storage services like Dropbox and Box.net soon will have a new competitor.Unmitigated, this competition comes from the technology giant Google. Reportedly, Google will soon release Google Drive. Rumors about a cloud-based online storage service already heard itself.
Like services made by other startup from Sillicon Valley, Google Drive also allows people to store photos, documents and videos in the 'cloud'. Google willaccommodate those files on the server so that people can easily share files toothers.
Presence of Google Drive responds to the development of mobile devices thatconnect to the internet such as smartphones and tablets. In addition, the birth ofcloud computing is also a consideration of Google in releasing this new productcandidates.
One of the favorite from online storage model is the ease in accessing the file has been stored, from different devices. Updatec.com read from WSJ, its release will be made possible in a few weeks or months. The service will be free to use for most consumers and businesses, but for thosewho want the extra capacity, it is charged.
Besides going to compete with Dropbox and Box.net, Google also must be ready to face competition with Apple iCloud. Google itself has to have 'ammunition' for thesuccess of these services.
Strong cloud infrastructure for storage and ancillary services are all google haveThis infrastructure supports their web search, site YouTube and a variety of webapplications like Google Docs.