Google Drive: Google does it again with Cloud Storage

google-drive-masthead-620The time a flash drives is almost completely behind us with cloud service available to the masses and Google Drive is the best option to go with from your basic computer user to your computer file pack rat. For starters Google gives you 15 GB of storage space that you can store any type of file you desire on for no cost at all and an upgrade to 100 GB for a small monthly fee of a $1.99 (see whole price break down here). The interface also allows for you to micromanage your files by creating folders for them within the Drive.


And if you’re afraid of your files security being compromised you can put those fears to rest because Drive is encrypted using SSL, the same security protocol used on Gmail and other Google services. As a program Google Drive is very user-friendly and makes it easy to share files (or not your call) in the Drive to your peers from any computer connected to Wi-Fi or using the mobile app both for iOS and Android. Another big plus about Google Drive is that you can access it right from the web as long as you have Google Chrome.


The drive also has a downloadable program making it even easier to upload your files from your computer to the World Wide Web. If your email account is on Gmail you can even sync Google Drive with your Gmail and Chome so you only need one login making Google drive and other Google amenities seamless, easy to use, and built for each other. So if you want free, safe, fast, and, easy storage that is very reliable for the storage any file you could desire with access from any device as long as you’re connected to the Internet, Google Drive is the way to go.



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