Vijay Bangaru, Product Manager for Google Docs yesterday announced that Google Docs now supports files up to 250 MB in size (larger than the attachment limit on most email applications), which means Google Docs users can now store backups of large graphic files, RAW photos and ZIP archives on the cloud.
The news comes at a time when Google is trying to instill in users a confidence regarding cloud storage. A lot of people are wary of trusting the cloud as their sole storage solution. It's this kind of thinking that Google will need to overcome if its Chrome OS, which stores everything in the cloud, is to be successful.
Read the full post from Vijay Bangaru here.
only if you are rich, famous or powerful
I see before me the avatar movie in disquise..
1) mm part 1 - 250mb
2) mm part 2 - 250mb
3) mm part 3 - 200mb
and they can probably get away with it, because the numb-nuts at mpaa/ifpi and what have you, are afraid to go against google with their billion dollars wallet and herd of scum lawyers..