Thursday, March 20, 2014

Google Drive’s one deep …

Spring is just days away.  Soon the smell of grass clippings with be in the air, the sound of ball and bat will ripple across hundreds of ballparks around the world, but first Google decided to hit one out of the park on Monday.  DropBox offers 100GB of storage for $9.99, SugarSync  boats a full terabyte of space for $55/month, and Microsoft’s OneDrive offers 50GB for $25 per year.  Then Google began offering a terabyte of online storage for just $9.99 per month.

This is a significant swing and miss for Google Drive’s competition.
Check out this article at TechCrunch for more information.

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