The move highlights the seemingly inexhaustible storage needs of a small group of heavy e-mail users, and the sharply falling costs of online storage. Lifting pre-defined storage caps for Web-based e-mail could have broader ripple effects, Harik said, changing the way people think about quotas from something that is set in advance to something that grows with the user.More info at CNET
Google Gmail users to get 2GB of storage and even more
Posted on Friday, April 01 2005 @ 13:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
About a year after launching the Gmail e-mail service Google said it will increase the storage capacity from 1GB to 2GB. And even more impressive is that Google claims it will even start to add a yet-to-be-determined amount of extra capacity to its accounts on a daily base.