Google Drive (foreign version: Google Drive) is a cloud-based storage of user files with collaborative capabilities. Google Drive lets you store most popular file formats. The storage is available on your computer, browser, or mobile devices.
Users can store and upload files from the device or create them themselves using Google tools (documents, spreadsheets, and presentations). The user can access an individual file or a folder. Access is transmitted via a link or email notification, and access settings can also be configured: reader, commenter or editor.
Employees of an organization connected to Google Workspace can communicate and interact with each other seamlessly using the corporation’s Google Drive services integrated into Google Drive. To optimize the search for necessary files in the storage, smart search is available to help employees search for necessary files among the array of company data.
Features of Google Drive:
- Desktop version - allows you to synchronize data from the user’s computer and view downloaded files. Changes made by users or colleagues are automatically transferred to the device.
- Shared drives - The user can view third-party files they have accessed on their own drive.
- Integrated collaboration tools: notes, documents, meetings and more.
- Data loss protection - automatically scans files for sensitive information and restricts third-party access.
- Offline access - access and work with files and documents without an internet connection.
- Integration with familiar tools for work: Slack, tools from Microsoft 365, Jira and others.