Cloud storage has been a hot topic with new launches from Microsoft and Google. Online storage really does make life easier and more productive.
I've been a long-time user of Dropbox, and have built up 11GB of free storage. Effortless syncing, cross-platform sharing, and seamless OS X integration have made it my number one choice for some time. It is going to take something special to pry me away.
Google Drive offers 5GB of free space and looks much like an extension of Google Docs. I have not played with it much, but at a glance it seems geared more toward giving Google apps an edge over Microsoft rather than a direct competitor with Dropbox.
Do these services put Apple's iCloud on its back foot?