Google Drive Collaboration Made Easy

Google announced that the collaborating experience with online users just got easier and more intimate. New updates to Google Drive allow users to see pictures and chat with people that they are working with on a shared document or file. Talk about easy! I remember the days when we all used to e-mail files to each other and update and send back. Such an awesome idea cloud computing offers to small businesses and users alike. It’s all about saving time and making the experience seamless and enjoyable.

If you have to disseminate a document, file or spreadsheet you can count on a cloud computing service. Google Drive makes it especially easy to coordinate and achieve solutions. Participants can get on and communicate with one another to get the work done effectively and efficiently in a timely manner.

Individuals or small businesses can work together with these new methods. Using these technologies will reduce miscommunication and increase efficiency. Give it a try most will be amazed about how it works and how easy and fun it really is. It is an underutilized tool that can benefit you in so many ways. Make sure to check it out today.

If you need a Google drive account; find out how to setup a Google drive account here: Setup and Install a Google Drive Account in less than 3 min

If you already have a Gmail account you simply need to start working with your Google drive. Click on the word “Drive” on the top toolbar of your web browser.

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Kevin Murtha is a leading specialist on cloud computing who enjoys all things technology. He is also the editor in chief at his creative blog – NittyGrittyCloud which shares new, exciting, and informative discoveries related to cloud computing.

2 Responses to “Google Drive Collaboration Made Easy”

  1. I have been using Google Drive for more than 2 years now and it is simply amazing.
    Although I am impressed with Drive, I am looking for more options as I now need to pay them forgetting more space. Any suggestions?

    • their are so many cloud storage services; if you stay organized you can utilize a few. I have skydrive, google drive, adrive, cx.com, box.com, utilize evernote, amazon drive for photos…. together you gain more space. Also you can convert your files to drive files which don’t count towards your file storage. Also make sure your deleted files are cleared; they take up space in the recycle bin.