Google looks for apparent reasons; the future of the Internet plus in exacting their Chrome Olympic Games will depend completely on their online-based applications and not be more than a software shell of your computer. Now the search engine giant has taken yet another step into the cloud when you start to allow online-based storage in Google Docs. Not only has that, all Google Docs users got 1GB of storage space absolutely free.
Cloud computing as the idea is called just the future of Google, with others, searching for computer use are where the Internet is the hub as well as we gather plus store some statistics in this "cloud" rather than locally on our computers. Users will at present be competent to upload files up to 250MB size for Google docs and in a range of formats.
Are you in need of more storage space you can buy it for $ 0.25 per gigabyte per year. It corresponds to the round tubing one gigabyte price of 1.8 USD. Today's hard drives have a minimum of a price of around U.S. $ 0.70 per gigabyte, but today is the need for online-based storage is not quite so large that the price differences will become a problem, especially not when Google offers the first GB of.
However, Google does not seem to allow less than 20GB of additional purchases and for the really demanding users can get the whole 16TB-based online storage space.