This was revealed recently by Om Malik of GigaOm although he did not appear to be 100 percent certain since he indicated that Google may unveil the Google Drive or the GDrive near the start of April.
Reports on the possible Google Drive or the GDrive emerged as early as 2006, which continued to emerge until the latest reports on the possible launch of the cloud online storage in April.
The Google Drive or the GDrive will reportedly provide free online storage of 1GB to users although additional fee will be required for bigger capacities. The service will reportedly be offering to Google Apps clients while third party developers will be able to link to the service to allow users to load and save files in the Google Drive or the GDrive.
There are actually a number of methods for users to save their files online, through Google Docs, Picasa, Gmail and even Google +. However there is no one method of transferring files from one service to another and users of the present storage service of Google do not have the option of managing their files in bulk.
Due to this a number of users have patiently waited for the launch of the Google Drive or the GDrive, which they hope will facilitate the management of user files. Some users are also looking forward to the integration of a native storage program with the Chrome OS, to allow Chromebook users to store their files online.
For now, industry watchers will have to wait and see if the Google Drive or the GDrive will be launched by Google during the first week of next month.