Google Drive: Features for Business

Here are some of the features in Google Drive that will appeal to business users:

Sharing to Groups: Sharing files is a big part of the Google Drive package, making it easy for users to pass documents to each other. Organizations typically need to move files to a larger pool of recipients than a single person and Drive allows them to do that. Instead of entering each person’s contact information individually, files can be shared through a Google Group.

In a similar fashion, more than one file can be shared with an individual or group. To do this, simply move the files you want to share into a single folder and share the whole folder.

App Integrations: Google Drive interacts well with third-party apps and services. For example, if you want to share a document for collaboration from another program, Drive can automatically convert the file into a Google Docs friendly format. To do this, head to the Filemenu and select Open withto see a list of recommended programs to open the file with.

Collaboration: One reason to collaborate across a single file is being able to correct mistakes someone else may have made. Google Drive makes this easy as it saves every single update made on a file up to 30 days or 100 revisions. You realize after the fact that you made a mistake, simple head back and revert to an older version of the file. (source)

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