Google beta-testing offline storage for 'non-Google' file formats

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Testing restricted to those with G Suite organisation accounts

Google is beta-testing a new feature for its cloud storage service Drive, which will allow people with G Suite organisation accounts to save important 'non-Google' files on an offline version of th...

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