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Google Docs now accept upload any file.

I just checked this new feature of Google Docs upload any file to check it out. I've tested only for uploading at least 10Mb zipped files, it works and fast.

In this way, you can upload important files and have access to these files wherever I go. I don't have to worry of losing these files, and securely protected in Google network.

Though I can't completely throw away my external USB drive yet. The Google Docs is only allocated 1GB per user, not enough for my business tools, and files. When you upload files in Google Docs, it will also alert you for the remaining storage space. If you need more storage space, you can upgrade for additional fees. Read this article:

Your alternative at this time is to use Microsoft Skydrive that offers 25GB free cloud storage. For more details, visit Microsoft official website:

I dry run Microsoft Skydrive free service of 25GB, it's worth checking out. I used my xbox account to register so I don't have to create another profile in Microsoft website. I can see my 25GB free cloud storage. I uploaded some family photos and it works great. More testing to follow.

That's for now.


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