According to the Daily Mail, Google will launch online storage service called GDrive in April next, for permission to store large files. It will be formidable opponents for the active services such as Dropbox, the storage form of cloud computing value to $ 4 billion.
The Google declined to comment on this information leaked in the past though there are times they talk about GDrive service. The services of its Google Docs is still active, allowing the storage of document files with a total capacity of 1 GB. If an official GDrive file operation, the movies, music, e-books ... can be stored on Google's data center, releasing less of the hard disk capacity of personal computers or for backup.
The Dropbox service is increasingly popular with laptop users frequently on the move. They can access and work with your files from anywhere with internet access through a web browser. Apple already offers a similar service called iCloud to store video, music, books ... for the IOS operating system 5. Microsoft has extended deployment of online storage services Office365 but users have to pay.