Google Drive for free storage

Written by In Easy Steps Team on . Posted in News

With the major announcement concerning Google Drive, In Easy Steps is well placed to ensure you make the most of cloud computing.

In the past week alone, Google Drive was launched, offering 5GB of free storage together with amazing search facilities that read scanned documents and recognise images. Visit https://drive.google.com/start#home

But not to be outdone, Dropbox is now allowing non-members to launch links to files help in the accounts of members(https://www.dropbox.com), and  Microsoft has revamped SkyDrive so that it integrates into the Mac and PC operating system to run as a virtual folder (http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/skydrive/home).

The forthcoming book – Cloud Computing in easy steps – will cover each of these innovations as well as many, many more ensuring you will not be left behind and can take full advantage of this exciting and growing area of computing.

Dave Crookes, author of Cloud Computing

David Crookes is a journalist who specialises in technology and videogames. He began his career in 1994, writing for Amstrad Action magazine and his many credits include The Independent newspaper, Computing Made Easy, Web User, Micro Mart, games™, Retro Gamer and the Guinness World Records: Gamer’s Edition. In addition to his writing, he is the curator of Videogame Nation, an exhibition celebrating the rise of gaming, which tours the United Kingdom.