Google Drive, GDrive, Platypus Coming Soon?

Jul 11, 2006 • 7:37 am | comments (0) by | Filed Under Other Google Topics

The blogs and forums are buzzing about a rumored sneak peak of Google Drive, or GDrive or Platypus. Cocaman discovered this, and posted a screen capture of the page which he found. What did it say?

Platypus (Gdrive)

A filer for the world. But better.

Storing your files in Platypus has a number of advantages over storing your files on either your C: drive or filer.

* Backup. If you lose your computer, grab a new one and reinstall Platypus. Your files will be on your new machine in minutes. * Sync. Keep all your machines synchronized, even if they run different operating systems. * VPN-less access. Not at a Google computer? View your files on the web at * Collaborate. Create shared spaces to which multiple Googlers can write. * Disconnected access. On the plane? VPN broken? All your files are still accessible.

Philipp has more details on it here.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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