Google Docs Ready to Store Your Data in the Cloud

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January 12, 2010 – Google Docs is getting an upgrade! The Official Google Docs Blog just announced that you’ll soon be able to upload and store any type of file in Google Docs, which means you’ll also be able to access them from any computer.

No more emailing yourself a thousand files just to make sure you can read them outside your Outlook , with this new feature you’ll be able to store any file type up to 250MB in your Google Cloud. Free users of Google Docs will get 1 GB of storage space for non-Google Doc files (files not converted to Google documents, spreadsheets, and presentations) and will only charge $0.25 a gigabyte per year for additional storage.

You’ll also be able to search for documents and view the most common file types with the Google Docs viewer. Will you start storing your documents with Google? Leave a comment and let us know!

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