Access Tools like Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox & Google Apps from one Location using Hojoki


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If you use a lot of so called productivity services like Evernote or Dropbox and you find that accessing them, or staying on top of changes to each service can become overwhelming and your looking for a way to stream line your access and view of these services, then you might want to check out the service Hojoki which will attempt to put all of these services in one place you can easily view them all, for more check out Hojoki.

Make it Easy to Send Gmail Attachments to your Google Drive Account


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It might be useful to have your Gmail attachments save to your Google Drive, for later use, or perhaps for redistribution purposes, and if you want to setup a one click solution so that you can do this, then check out this article that details how you can go about setting this up HERE.

Add Cloud Storage Options to Right Click Menu in Windows 7


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If you use Cloud Storage as your preferred method of storing your files, then it might be nice if you could send files from Windows Explorer directly to the file storage service of your choice by right clicking on the file and select from the ensuing menus to send to file to lets say your Dropbox account or perhaps your Google Drive account, well you can hack Windows 7 to add this type of functionality to your system, check out this article with the details HERE.

Google Rewards Those that Paid for Storage Prior to Google Drive Launch


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If you were one of the people that paid for extra space on your Gmail account or Google Docs, then you’ll be very happy to note, that if you start to use Google Drive, you’ll start out with 25GB of space instead of the standard 5GB of space all of the non-paid users start out with which is not a bad reward for paying Google HD space, for more check out this article talking about this issue HERE.

Automatically Encrypt Files Sent to Google Drive from Mac OS with Automator


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If your using the new Cloud storage service Google Drive, and you have a need to keep your files encrypted and you are working from your Mac OS desktop, then you might want to consider using the program Automator for your Mac OS which will allow you to drag and drop your files from your desktop to Google Drive and in the process encrypt the files so you can rest assured knowing your files are safe, for more check out Automator for Mac OS.

Google Drive is the newest Cloud Storage Service on the Virtual Block


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Google Drive has been a rumor for a few months now, but now it is reality with the  official Launch of the service which offers 5GB of free storage, and has paid storage options that also increase your Gmail Inbox size which is a nice bonus, its also useful to note that the service is cheaper than Dropbox at the same GB sizes, making Google Drive a very attractive option if your looking for Cloud storage services, for more check out Google Drive.

Google Drive to Arrive in April


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It was rumored that Google had a Cloud storage solution in the works, and that it would be called “Google Drive”, but all the rumors can be put the rest now that we know that its official and we can expect to see it in April, for more check out this article regarding Google Drive HERE.

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