posted previously about how their 25 cents per gigabyte per year was a potential game changer in this area.
CloudBerry Labs has told me they hope to build a tool to backup files to the Google space. Today, PC World's David Coursey reviews Memeo Connect, a tool for syncing documents between your desktop and Google Docs.
Alas, you have to have a Google Apps Premier Edition for it to work. That costs $50 annually, and Memeo is $9 per year per user.
I hope Google loosens up and allows these kind of programs to move files into my Google Space without the Premier version. That $50 a year eliminates the primary advantage of using Google Docs--the free cost. That would let someone bild a Dropbox type product to sync files to the Google space.
I've wondered before why Google does not acquire Evernote. And for that matter, Dropbox. Both share Google's vision of storing information in the cloud. Both Evernote and Dropbox would be great complements to Google's offerings.