More cloud storage services roll in

If the hard disk drive in your computer is nearing capacity, you no longer need to worry. You have options.

Dropbox, a San Francisco-based, cloud storage service provider, began Thursday offering its customers the option to use the service in Korean, adding to existing languages such as English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese.

The march of the 5-year-old U.S. firm into Korea comes less than a month after Google unleashed the Korean version of its Google Drive cloud storage service targeting Korean users. Google Drive’s strength, its devoted users say unanimously, lies in its in-app document-editing capabilities via its link to Google Docs.

For full article see Joongang Daily.