Google Drive Review 2016 | Find the Right Cloud


This video is a part of our video series to help you find the right cloud service. In this video series, we are comparing Dropbox vs Google Drive vs iCloud vs OneDrive vs Amazon Cloud Drive.

Google Drive is one of the most efficient cloud storage and syncing services available in the market today but does it really have what it takes to be on top?

Sharing and collaboration on the service is a breeze thanks to the amazing Google docs. In fact, it is the only service on our list which provides real-time collaboration. It is extremely useful if you have a team and you want a cloud service that can help you work together with everyone.

But where does it stand in terms of speed and privacy? We all know its Google and we know it keeps tabs on everything we do. So are we ready for Google to go through all of our private documents and pictures? That’s absolutely your call to make!

If you think Google Drive is not the right cloud service for you, check out the other cloud services we have reviewed.

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Bryan Agoncillo says:

Hi there, this was a very informative video thank you for that. I did notice though that you may have wanted to included that if you move a google document file away from the Google Drive environment and onto a DVD or External Drive and later delete the Google Cloud version of that file, that the offline copy you have would no longer work.

I learned that the hard way when I decided to downgrade from 1tb to 100mb and moved everything offline thinking that it would work when I needed the files again. Unfortunately that wasn’t the case.

Now that I thought about it back then, I shouldn’t have moved the google documents since they didn’t count to towards my quota to begin with. But when you develop a file structure in your mind and do what is normally second nature to us, I didn’t give it a second though. Not a lot of documents out there warn people of this… Your Google Documents won’t work if you move the file offline and delete the cloud version permanently.

If you caught this issue on time the Google Drive team could un-delete your files and see whatever they could recover at the time.

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