Want an extra 2GB of storage added to your Google Drive account for free? Well all this week Google will give that to you by doing something simple that you should be doing anyways, reviewing your security settings.
According to a report on CNET, Google is preparing a new type of encryption on its Google Drive files that prevents the NSA and other intelligence organizations from accessing the files. Google is doing this to increase user privacy of its cloud storage and synchronization service.
For many mobile users, note-taking apps and services are an indispensable tool to keep track of their schedule and tasks. In fact, Apple mobile users have long been enjoying the built-in Note feature on their devices for creating basic to-do list, while others refer to Evernote and Workflowy for more elaborate note-taking tasks. Fortunately, Google is jumping into the bandwagon. With what appears as a long overdue reply to Evernote and Apple’s built-in Note feature, Google has just unveiled its own note-taking service app called Keep, giving Android phone users a faster way to make and save reminders and notes.
What is the Cloud? “The Cloud” is the power word of the modern age. It refers to that magical place on the Internet where you can store all your documents and access them from anywhere. It’s not magical at all, of course, just a simple matter of a good file hosting service, and there are plenty of them to choose from. Here is a look at the top 5 best personal cloud storage services to help you decide which cloud service is right for you.