Google for Education announces Drive for Education

By ~AdamMiltonBarker | Date 2014-10-01 | Views 634

  

  

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Google for Education announces Drive for Education

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Yesterday Google for Education announced some amazing tools for schools that are part of Google Apps for Education. Drive for Education will provide schools with highly secure and unlimited holdall to help schools become more efficient and eliminating the need to carry books and bags around. Full features of Drive for Education include the following:

Unlimited storage: No more worrying about how much space you have left or about which user needs more gigabytes. Drive for Education supports individual files up to 5TB in size and will be available in coming weeks.

Vault: Google Apps Vault, our solution for search and discovery for compliance needs, will be coming free to all Apps for Education users by the end of the year.

Enhanced Auditing: Reporting and auditing tools and an Audit API easily let you see the activity of a file, are also on the way.

Taken from the Google for Education Blogspot (googleforeducation.blogspot.com).

Google for Education revealed that Drive for Education will be free to schools that are existing Google Apps for Education customers and also free to non-profit educational organizations that don't provide ads or \"ads-related scanning\".

This is going to be a very helpful move offered by the tech giants and we can see more and more educational programs popping up in the near future as tech companies around the world join forces unofficially to help educate about modern technology and its undoubted importance to our future. As always we will follow the progress and keep you informed through our apps and social media.

  

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