One of the most versatile apps from Google is Drive. Whether you are at the office, home or on a business trip, Google Drive allows you to access your files and folders from anywhere including your mobile phone. Your files are stored through Google’s cloud.
So here are some benefits of Google Drive.
Another key feature that Google Drive promotes is that the whole system is safe and secure, and that they take Google Drive security very seriously. … A strong TLS standard encryption is used to protect all files and document that is sent from Google Drive. The encryption keys used to encrypt data are also encrypted.
With a Google Account, you get 15 GB of storage for free. Storage is used by Google Drive, Gmail and Google Photos, so you can store files, save your email attachments, and back up photos and videos. For more than 15 GB, you can upgrade to Google One. Photos, videos, presentations, PDFs – even Microsoft Office files.
The files and folders in your Google Drive are private by default until you decide to share them. You can share your documents with specific people or you can make them public and anyone on the Internet can view the shared files.
No matter how much you protect your Google Drive data from outside attacks, it’s hard to protect it from yourself. Nearly 63% of all data loss in Google Apps is user error – cases of accidental deletion tops among them. Moreover, if you’ve shared a Google Drive item with another user, they could corrupt or delete those documents through no fault of your own. The best defense against user error (and any other form of data loss) is an independent backup of Google Drive.