Canonical Working on Cloud Storage for Ubuntu
Canonical is testing a cloud-based storage service called Ubuntu One for the popular Linux OS. Ubuntu One will allow the user to sync files and documents and share work with others or work remotely.
The Web-based service will automatically reflect changes made to files on the user s desktop. Files will also be copied to any other Linux PC that the user is running.
Ubuntu One is currently in the beta mode and is being worked on by a select group of testers. It will available in two storage models a free 2GB account and a $10/month account that gives 10GB of storage.
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