There are plenty of competitors, like Dropbox.
There’s also Box, an online storage service started in 2006 that focuses on the enterprise.
In fact, Box used to be a consumer-oriented online storage service like Google Drive, but CEOAaron Levie decided to focus on serving large companies becausehe was worried that Google would wipe out the competition in the consumer space.
Now he isn’t too worried.
He wrote in a blog post that Google is a technology “elephant” that has to charge into many different markets to survive, while more focused companies like Box can focus on one sector.
Here’s what he said:
Of course, the downside of too much breadth can be poor execution. Google Walletwas launched with fanfare, but hasn’t quite lived up to the vision described. With Health, Google set out to “solve an urgent need that dovetails with our overall mission of organizing patient information and making it accessible and useful.” Apparently just not forever. Google Wave, a product that was set to revolutionize communication, well…
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