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One of a number of cheap online storage services -- a group that includes Carbonite, Mozy and JungleDisk (which uses Amazon's S3 storage system) -- Omnidrive.com appears to be having significant problems, and according to some reports may be heading for the deadpool. Some users are reporting that they haven't been able to access the…

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As far as I can tell, the Wall Street Journal is peddling pretty much the same old rumours about the imminent arrival of Google's storage tool or GDrive, as Duncan notes over at TechCrunch. The service "could let" users access documents from different computers, and "could be" released as early as a few months from…
One benefit of being owned by Google has to be the mind-boggling amounts of server space they have available, with something like 45 or 50 massive data centres located around the world and an estimated 500,000 servers or so in total (you can find them quite easily -- look for the football-field sized building with…

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I remember awhile back coming across a post that Nick Carr did about someone who was using Amazon's S3 remote storage service to do backups, and wound up getting a bill for a month's worth of charges for hosting his data -- and it was a single cent (the original post by Dave Gurnell is…

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Bring on the Google GDrive

by Mathew on October 12, 2007 · 1 comment

As widely reported by just about everyone, Google has increased the amount of storage you get with Gmail -- or rather, it has increased the rate at which the amount of storage is increasing. The amount of storage you can buy if you want to upgrade has also increased. Although he hasn't posted on it…

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