Significant parts of Google's new Google Drive cloud storage service were developed by the company's Australian operation.
It's long been assumed that Google would offer cloud storage to its customers. It's finally here, though a progressive rollout means some users may have to wait several weeks before their new Google Drive is ready.
Given its massive investment in infrastructure, it's no wonder that Google is looking to stamp its authority on the nascent consumer/SME cloud storage market. Google Drive will leverage Google's massive infrastructure and services investment.
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