Google now offers unlimited storage, advanced audit reporting and new security controls for businesses through new Drive service "Drive for Work" at $10 per month.
According to Google: "As businesses want more control, security and visibility to check how files are shared, our new version of 'Drive for Work' offers unlimited storage for businesses at a nominal subscription".
Google Drive is a cloud storage service that allows users to store documents, photos, videos in one place and access documents to create, share and collaborate from anywhere online.
About the new Drive for Work, Google said: Though a workplace is full of files that capture the best ideas and the most productive collaborations, they (files) are not useful if users are unable to access or share them effectively. The new Drive keeps all users' work safe and makes it easy to share.
Now around about 190 million users worldwide use Google Drive at home, office, school and work. Companies like Crate & Barrel, Seagate and HP (Hewlett Packard
) rely on Drive to work faster and collaborate better with their co-workers and customers.
Every year companies create more data, adding megabytes, gigabytes and terabytes. We are taking bytes out of conversation. For $10/user/month, businesses get unlimited storage for their employees and can store files up to 5TB (terabyte) in size, which no desktop or laptop has a hard drive big enough to store a file of that size, Google said.