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Google online storage service urges users to go paperless in 2013 as part of Paperless Coalition

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Google online storage service urges users to go paperless in 2013 as part of Paperless Coalition

January 06, 2013 - 05:14

NEW YORK, Jan. 6, 2013 (Industry news ) -Google is encouraging users of its Google Drive online storage service to go paperless in 2013 as a way to save time, money and trees.

"This year, Google Drive is part of the Paperless Coalition, a group of organizations and products that help you live completely in a paper-free world," declared Google product marketing manager Meredith Blackwell in a blog post. "So whether you're an expense reporter, invoice tracker, file hoarder or note jotter, you can do it all without using paper."

Joining Google in its coalition are several other online services: HelloFax, an online fax service; Manilla, an online bill management service; HelloSign, an e-signature service; Expensify, an online expense reporting service; Xero, an online business accounting service; and Fujitsu, which makes the ScanSnap scanner.

Information Week - Google Pushes Paperless Pledge

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