Category: Data Repositories

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Mega Cloud Repository | V1 | 2020
Introduction | Hello guys. Here is list of very useful Mega Cloud repository I found online and want to share with my wonderful readers. You can import these files to your personal Mega account. To get the Mega Pro Lite account with 400GB storage and 12TB transfer, read my post here. ...
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Google Cloud Storage | Part 5 | What are Team Drives?
Introduction The question many people want to know the answer to is: what are Google team Drives? Google Team Drives are Shared Drives. Team Drives differ from the regular Google My Drive. In my previous post, I highlighted some differences between both. A Team Drive is a shared storage space that allows for collaboration by teams. It allows teams to store, search, and access shared files on the drive remotely from any location and from any device. files in a Team Drive belong to the team. Even when a member leaves, the files still remain in the shared drive. ...
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Google Drive Cloud Storage | Part 3 – What is Google Suite?
Introduction | Welcome to the third part of these series: Google Drive Cloud Storage | Part 3 - What is Google Suite? Google suite is a sort of hybrid of the regular free Google Drive. It is mainly for businesses and educational institutions. It offers all features found in regular Google Drive and much much more. Google Suite for Education is designed for students and educators. Many businesses and educational institutions make use of the Google Suite Enterprise, which offers unlimited Google Drive Storage space in addition to other perks. ...
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Google Drive Cloud Storage | Part 2 – Regular Google Drive
Welcome to part 2 of these series: Google Drive Cloud Storage | Part 2 - Regular Google Drive. In this part, we shall talk about the regular Google drive storage. Introduction | Google offers a free tier of its cloud drive storage for free. Each client who signs up for a Gmail account is eligible for 15GB of Google Drive storage space. This is a very good offer. Most competitors don't offer this much. This storage space is shared by your Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail. If you want more than the free 15GB, you will have to upgrade to a Google One account, which comes with extra storage space and additional features. Google One offers 100GB, 200GB, and 2TB storage spaces at 1.99 dollars/month, 2.99 dollars per month, and 9.99 dollars/month, respectively, for each of the storage capacities. Business owners requiring more storage space can opt for Drive Enterprise, offering more features and pay-as-you-use at 8 dollars/user/month plus 1 dollar/25GB. Now let's dive into Google Drive Cloud Storage | Part 2 - Regular…