Google Drive storage goes unlimited for Education users


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Suggesting that educators and students shouldn’t have to worry about the technology that helps them teach and learn, Google introduced Drive for Education on Tuesday. In the coming weeks, all [company]Google[/company] Apps for Education users will gain unlimited data storage on Google Drive, although single files are limited to 5 terabytes in size. Also included with Drive for Education is free access to the Google Apps Vault, used for email compliance, and enhanced auditing for file activity. The company also stressed that data stored in Drive for Education is encrypted and private, saying: “As always, the data that schools and students put into our systems is theirs.”


Andrew Ryan Reynosa

It has to be done through a school or university I believe, they will assign you a Google email (for example, at University of California, Irvine we are assigned an Google EDU account.)

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