Google Now Has More Users Than Other Cloud Drives, 1 Billion


Google Drive, Big G's online storage service, will reach one billion users this week.

The company announced it at the Cloud Next conference in San Francisco.

Drive will be the eighth product of the Mountain View home to exceed one billion users, after Android, Chrome, Gmail, Maps, Play Store, Search and YouTube.

 

Next to the milestone, a new feature is coming for Drive.

The archiving service, launched in 2012, in fact opens to companies allowing them to use it without having to pay for the entire G Suite, the package of software and work tools distributed by Google in subscription.

To take advantage of Drive - the company explains on his blog - the companies will pay $ 8 per employee and $ 0.04 per GB stored.

 

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