Google Docs Now Supports File Uploading and Storing Via Cloud
Google Docs has just had its functionality enhanced and it now allows users to upload, store and organize any type of files through it. Thus, users will be able to upload files from the PC and access them wherever there’s an Internet connection.
It’s all done via a cloud solution and keep in mind that you can now upload to Google Docs any file up to 250MB in size. You get 1GB of free storage for your files and you can purchase extra storage space for $0.25 per GB per year. This method will make backing up your work and key files a breeze, replacing USB drives and the mails you usually send yourself.
You can also choose to share folders and allow other people to access your files, if you’re working on a project together, for example. Since this feature is at its beginning, feedback is welcome, as usual.
[via Google Docs]