Cloud storage is a godsend for anyone with a treasure trove of data and nowhere to put it all, but with so many services, which one is right for you? Your data is valuable, so follow our guide to pick the best service for your needs.
When it comes to cloud storage, Dropbox and Google Drive are some of the most popular choices -- and with good reason. But when it comes to things like file syncing, storage, and security, which is ultimately the better service to use?
Google revealed during its Cloud Next conference several new Google Drive features and tools for its G Suite platform. These include the general availability of Team Drives, Google Vault for Drive, Drive File Stream, and more.
If you're running old versions of Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android or iOS, you'll need to update soon -- Google is shutting down legacy versions of the apps, and won't let you keep using them for much longer.
Over the weekend, Turkey's government censored Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive after anti-government hackers leaked controversial emails about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his son-in-law, Berat Albayrak.
Google has announced a number of updates to Docs, Calendar, and Drive that use artificial intelligence to improve overall workflow. For example, Docs and Slides will now be getting the Explore feature that was available in Sheets last year.
Microsoft is updating Outlook with a number of new features, including support for attachments from both Google Drive and Facebook photos. The features are rolling out now and make attaching files a lot easier.