At its I/O developer conference today, Google didn’t just launch a completely revamped version of Drive. It also launched Drive for Work, a new version of Drive and Google apps for businesses that comes with a number of extra security features. The one feature most users will notice first, however, is that Drive for Work doesn’t have any storage limitations.
If you’ve followed along, this doesn’t come as a major shock. Google already reduced the price of Drive storage drastically earlier this year. As Google Drive’s director of product management Scott Johnston told me earlier this week, IT departments shouldn’t have to think about storage anymore, but as many services moved to the cloud, storage pricing was somehow left behind.
Now, with a $10/month/seat Drive for Work subscription, users won’t have to worry about that anymore. To clearly show that Google is serious about this, the team has also raised…
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