Over the last few years we have seen a great migration from our desktops into the cloud. We have grown used to working (and playing) in the cloud and using a host of free tools at our disposal to get the job done. Probably the biggest thing holding back the cloud has been the way that people still want to hold on to all of their files on their computer. We first began moving our files into the cloud with the likes of DropBox and Box. Recently, Google jumped into this arena when they launched Google Drive.
Essentially, Drive is an overhaul of their Google Docs applications. They’ve kept all the great things that you love about Docs like live collaboration and easy, safe sharing but they have also added a few little bonuses like a new beautiful interface, better file viewing support, and desktop integration. If this sounds like something you want to learn more about, check out the full run down on all of the features and how you can get started using Google Drive today. Also, be sure to check out this cool trick to send all of your Gmail attachments straight into your Google Drive for easy access and safe backup.