Hacker News has some interesting news coming from Google.
The search giant is officially launching a new storage program, which is described as a “new platform” and “new way of working”.
The PSS program is going to be launched with Google Drive, Google Cloud Platform and Google Apps, the news site reports.
The new service will be offered in the following regions: US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, Brazil, and France.
The PSAO program will be available as a paid service for “Google users in the US, the UK, Canada and Ireland” according to the report.
Google says it’s a service that will help customers “move their Google data to cloud storage or to other cloud providers”.
“Google will make the PSAOs available to our customers on a rolling basis, and you can expect them to be rolled out soon,” the Google Play FAQ reads.
“The goal is to get as many users as possible to use Google services, so they can keep their Google account.”
It’s unclear whether Google plans to provide other storage services as well.
“We are in talks with other cloud service providers about offering similar storage,” Google wrote in its FAQ.
“Our goal is always to deliver the best possible experience to our users, so if you have questions about how to access Google services on other cloud services, please contact us at [email protected]”