Google Drive gdocsdrive.com Comming Soon
Google Inc launched its new product today called Google Drive (Cloud Drive) with team members Jerry Wang, Eric Yang, Tom Sun which gives 5GB space online to store your data in multiple data centers located across the world. Files in GDocsDrive do not require any space of your hard disk.
One licensed copy of GDocsDrive can be used by a single person who uses the software personally on one or more computers.
Consumers will get 5 Gigabytes of storage for free with Google Drive, while various versions with incrementally more storage capacity, topping out at about 100 Gibabytes, will be available for monthly fees, the source said.
It was not immediately clear how much Google will charge for the premium versions.
A Google spokeswoman said the company does not comment on rumor or speculation.
The move turns up the competitive heat with high-profile Web startups such as Dropbox, Box and Ever note, as well as with Microsoft Corp and its SkyDrive service.
Some of those services, such as Box, have offered an increasing array of business-oriented features such as online collaboration capabilities.