Google’s first enterprise product, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) portfolio now called G Suite, has been bulked up with several new storage and communications services to improve its collaboration capabilities.
At the Google Cloud Next 2017 Conference, Prabhakar Raghavan, leader of the G Suite team, delivered a keynote sharing the changes coming to the cloud-productivity suite that was first conceived in 2006.
Kamal Puri, a digital innovation leader at Google partner MediaAgility, told CRN that Team Drives “bridges the gap from an IT administrative perspective for people who want to manage and control all their data.”
The product gives a company access control over all their files, delivering to Drive the capabilities of traditional shared file systems.
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