Drive

Store, sync, and share files easily.

Safely store all of your company’s data in one place. Access files easily from desktop and mobile devices and control how teams share them.

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Keep your data safe and secure.

G Suite’s central admin panel, data loss prevention (DLP), and Vault for Drive make it easy to manage users and file sharing while meeting your data compliance needs.

Get as much storage as you need.

G Suite’s Business, Enterprise, and Team editions have unlimited cloud storage, so you’ll always have enough space for all your files.

Put your data to work for you.

With Google-powered machine learning, Drive makes your company’s data more useful by predicting what you’ll need before you need it. Beyond easily finding your content with features like natural language search and optical character recognition (OCR), Quick Access in Drive uses signals like your regular work patterns and scheduled meetings to serve up what’s important – so you don’t have to search.

Keep your teams organized.

With Team Drives, all your team’s work is stored in safe, easy-to-manage shared spaces. Any files added to Team Drives are owned collectively by the team, so everyone stays up to date.

Work with your favorite tools seamlessly in Drive.

You can open 40+ different file types with Drive, including PDFs and MPEG4s, and work on Microsoft Word files straight from Drive. Plugins for Microsoft Office and Outlook make fitting Drive into your workflow as simple as possible.

Extend the power of Drive with 3rd-party apps.

Use hundreds of integrated apps, including DocuSign for e-signatures, CloudLock for additional security layers, and LucidCharts for mockups, to get things done directly from Drive.

Sync files to your computer automatically.

Sync your important files – or all of your files – to your computer. When you make changes on one device, it’ll update instantly across all your linked devices.

Control how your files are shared.

Keep files private until you decide to share them. Avoid multiple versions and file merging by granting others permission to download, edit, comment, or view. You can also give shared files an expiration date.

Top questions about Drive

What types of files can I upload to Drive?

You can upload any type of file to Google Drive and convert certain types of files to a web-based Google document format: Docs, Sheets, or Slides.

How much storage do I get with Google Drive?

G Suite’s Basic edition has 30GB of storage per user shared across Google Drive and Gmail. G Suite’s Business, Enterprise, and Team editions have unlimited storage (accounts with fewer than 5 users get 1TB per user).

What's different about the paid version of Drive?

The paid version of Drive gives you twice the storage of personal Drive and Gmail, 24/7 support, sharing controls, and advanced reporting. You can also upgrade to unlimited storage (accounts with fewer than 5 users get 1TB/user).