Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 16th Apr 2012 22:57 UTC
Google "Sometimes we get lucky, and today is one of those days. I got a draft release from a partner of Google's upcoming Google Drive service and it gives away a wealth of information about how Google plans to take on the incumbent Dropbox. The short story? 5 GB of storage, and it launches next week, likely on Tuesday." No Linux support. Huh.
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RE: Alternatives?
by OSNevvs on Tue 17th Apr 2012 06:16 UTC in reply to "Alternatives?"
OSNevvs
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Yes. Your home: Buy a NAS (e.g. a Synology), it has all cloud, backup and server features (web server, samba, FTP, printer server, etc.). I have my 2TB cloud at home with my fiber optics connection and when I access my files at home, it's super fast with my gigabit ethernet connection. Faster than any remote cloud, and when I'm elsewhere, it's still usable.

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