Team Drives: the collaborative, enterprise file server in the cloud (Google Cloud Next ’17)

In this video, Alex Vogenthaler discusses features, tips and tricks of Team Drives, our recent product launch that’s aimed at advancing collaboration in the workplace. Alex dives into the latest feature set and even shares a sneak peek at what’s currently in development.

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Comments

Kevin Meinhardt says:

“Is the juice worth the squeeze”? we will see.. When I migrated a folder structure to a team drive, thousands of files were, deleted, moved, unorganized or corrupted. Google basically told me “sorry can’t help”. Not happy about that.

Jeff T says:

lan sync…please lord.

Joe Tierney says:

Very slick. Can’t wait for access.

Todd Manley says:

These are the killer features for Drive we have all been waiting on! YES!

Ben Roberts says:

1 – Is there any news when Drive File Stream will be fully released?
2 – Will the end user be able to lock files, To restrict other end users in Team Files to open the same file?

Adam Smith says:

Amazing advancements! Disappointed there still is no native Linux client.

Andro Tekman says:

Google shares with Big Brother – all that scanning and OCR.

Johann Swart says:

These applications are typically used by enterprise or large educational institutions. Without proper CLI interfaces to populate and migrate data, they are pretty much useless. You cannot move terabytes of data with drag-and-drop. So far, I have not seen proper CLI support, and it seems that the CLI for Google drive does not work with Team drive yet.

Dave Woodward says:

Impressed. Very excited to implement

Polish Warrior says:

why is that woman shouting lol

David Quintero says:

Looking forward to Team Drive File Stream on G Suite for Education. 😀

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