Google Unifies Cloud storage b/w GMail, Drive and Google + also For Enterprise
Google has unified its cloud services starting yesterday offering a total of 15GB of storage to people using multiple Google services. With the same ID now you get 15GB of total storage across the three services, giving a boost to those who use drive more vs email or vice-versa.
Businesses using Google Apps will see their storage increase from 25 Gb to 30 GB across the services.
This move from Google comes as no surprise, as the company aligns with their storage model and frees up a lot of space from those people who were not using services on either side of Drive.
This bigger number also makes the Google Service a lot more appealing than the lower free storage from say Dropbox.
What’s more Google’ has added significantly cheaper upgrade plans to Drive, starting $4.99/month for 100GB which would get shared across the services, removing the previous 25 GB Gmail upgrade limit.
These changes to Google Drive storage will roll out over the next couple of weeks.