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It’s rare when I get to bash a company two days in a row, but sometimes opportunity rises and you have to seize it. Even if the victim is the venerable Google.
Yesterday it was Google+. Today’s it’s Google Drive, their much-rumored response to Dropbox. Possibly as soon as next week, users will be able to claim 5GB of space for storing and sharing documents.
But once again, Google is late to the party. I already have everything on my Dropbox account. Why would I want to move it?
And what about the fact that Google has already quietly been offering similar services through Google Docs?
For those not in the know, there are some fundamental differences between Google Docs and Dropbox. The latter is simply a storage site that allowsa for sharing, and, if you download the Dropbox loader to your PC or Mac, instantaneous updating of those…
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