Google is set to open its cloud service to DCC providers on Monday, the company said in a blog post.
The company is now looking to allow users to use the service to upload and share files, with the intention of allowing people to upload, share and download from Google Drive.
The blog post, which is available in Arabic and English, is dated September 15 and will be available on the Google Drive app on Monday.
Google’s move comes as a growing number of countries are beginning to allow the use of digital certificates issued by the country’s government to enable the digital sharing of files and data.
It also follows a move by the US State Department last month to allow US companies to open their own digital certificates, allowing them to share data from their servers with users.