Google Drive, Google's cloud storage service, is currently experiencing outages.
We noticed the outages a few minutes ago, when we realized that clicking on the "Drive" button at the top of our Gmail account failed to pull up any of our documents.
A site claiming to be the official Google Drive's blog currently offers no information concerning the outage. This is not the first time that Google Drive has experienced service issues, with the last significant outage occurring less than a month ago, on April 17. It's currently unknown when Google Drive will be back up. Below is a screenshot of our Drive account, completely bare.
Do you use Google Drive? What do you think of Google, Google Drive and cloud services overall? Sound off in the comments below.
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