One of the best qualities of technology can simultaneously become the most cumbersome. This is, of course, its tendency to change rapidly. Fear not! We have all of the latest G Suite updates broken down for administrators.
The average data breach costs $4 million. That’s the cost of complacency. But it won’t happen to you, right?
Here are some great keyboard shortcuts in Google Drive to make creating new items easier and quicker than ever before.
To get the most out of Google Drive, there are a few little-known keyboard shortcuts you can use. Here are five shortcuts for common tasks that’ll power up your productivity.
If you use Dropbox and Google Drive to store files, it can be useful to connect and sync them together. Maybe you want to improve collaboration or just want some extra backup. Here’s how to automatically sync new Dropbox files to Google Drive.
Be prepared to take your productivity to the next level. Google’s recent integration with Slack means that now you can share and create Drive files directly in Slack.
If you’re regularly storing lots of files and data in Google Drive, even with the free storage that Google provides, you may find yourself running out of space. If that’s the case, we can help.
Don’t let your files become orphaned and lost in Google Drive. If you’re unfamiliar with what an “orphaned” file is, we’ll teach you how to find these files, and what to do with them once you do.
Google recently incorporated Natural Language Processing (NLP) into the search process in Drive, which is an intricate way of saying “search like you talk.” So now you can enter phrases like, “Show me spreadsheets from Scott,” or “Find my presentations from last June” to find your files.
Previously, when you uploaded different versions of the same file to Google Drive, you’d end up with duplicate file names like this: File (1), File (2), and so forth, making your files messy and hard to search through. Google has recently introduced a deduplication feature designed to combat this exact problem.