Of course there are other services such as Amazons S3, Box.net and Mozy, all of which I have experimented with and liked. The actual technology isnt that complicated ” unless of course you want to do live, multiple-user backups of open databases such as Outlook mail files, which the CEO of Mozy once described to me in an interview as a non-trivial task (thats computer engineer talk for really hard).
So will Google just play catch-up, or is it planning to offer something extra? Will it be a game-changer for Microsoft, as Henry Blodget thinks it will? Geeks everywhere are waiting with bated breath.Comments
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