Will you switch from Dropbox?
Google Drive Is Alive: 5GB of Free Dropbox-Like Storage on Google's Servers [Video]
Google Drive, the long-rumored web-based file storage tool, launches for real today. It's a little Dropbox, a dash of Google Docs, all with the amazing organization and search power you've come to expect from the people that created Gmail. Here's what it has in store. More »
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- Probably not, but I'll test out Google Drive all the same.Apr 24, 2012
- Not sure. I've been having an internal centralized/diversified debate with myself recently....Apr 25, 2012
- I feel like I have to try it, definitely, but I'm so invested in Dropbox (shared folder, etc.) that it would be hard to convince me to switch. Also, if I have to pay for it, no way. Maybe I could use it as a backup archive...Apr 25, 2012
- Most likely yes, but..... I'm a fairly big google fanboy, but I do need to really consider much stuff I'm tying up in them. Don't really mean from a privacy standpoint, just STUFF. Can't really get more private than your email.Apr 25, 2012
- Typing on a phone is hard.
*how much stuff I'm tying up in themApr 25, 2012
- LOL Joshua, my brain just inserted the extra word automatically. Maybe it's adjusted for problems with typing on phones... ;)Apr 26, 2012
- I know! I had to read it a few times very deliberately to convince myself I'd missed a word.Apr 26, 2012
- Fascinating. "How Google's Drive helps kill Microsoft's Office This is how a search company can steal the productivity business: By storing work, not helping users edit it." http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57422601-93/how-googles-drive-helps-kill-microsofts-office/Apr 27, 2012