Google offers 'User Managed Storage' for its App Users

Google, very recently, came up with a service that made document editing in Microsoft Office (2003 – 2007), a more cohesive and collaborative task. Cloud Connect, as it was named made it possible for the users to edit their documents with their mates at work. Now, the search giant is back on the scene with a ‘User Managed Storage’ for its App users.

Something for everyone

Something for everyone


Decoding the term

With this service, users will be able to purchase more storage space on their personal Google accounts like Google Docs, Picasa Web Albums, and photos from Blogger and Google Apps.
Plan                Price

20 GB           $5 USD per year

80 GB           $20 USD per year

200 GB         $50 USD per year

400 GB         $100 USD per year

1 TB             $256 USD per year

2 TB             $512 USD per year

4 TB             $1,024 USD per year

8 TB             $2,048 USD per year

16 TB           $4,096 USD per year

According to a recent post on Google Small Business Blog, the makers intend to support their users to move onto the cloud. Hence, the decision to introduce them (read: Google App users) to the ‘User Managed Storage’ system. However, this system cannot be pooled or transferred to another Google Apps user account, adds the blog.

This service, however, hasn’t been extended to the Gmail account holders who recently bore the brunt of Gmail's disappearing act . The search giant claims to have restored all the accounts.

Published Date: Mar 04, 2011 11:43 am | Updated Date: Mar 04, 2011 11:43 am