Google Drive Sign In And File Sharing Made Easy

Google Drive is awesome for collaborating on documents online. If you are not using it, we highly recommend giving it a try, especially if you’ve never used cloud storage before. But even if you’re already comfortable with an alternative cloud storage service, do consider making the switch.

For starters, Google Drive is secure enough for most users. Also, if you’re already integrated with Google Docs, then Google Drive is a natural and convenient complement. And the good news is, if you’re coming from elsewhere, migrating to Google Drive is pretty simple.

Ready to get started? Here’s how to get signed in and get your files set up. And if you want to share any of your files with non-Google users — which is actually a big selling point of Google Drive — we can get you started on that, too.

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Google Docs vs. Microsoft Word: The Death Match for Research Writing

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, Microsoft Word ruled the roost when it came to word processing. If you wanted to type your love letters or book manuscript, then you used Word. Then along came OpenOffice and LibreOffice to knock Microsoft off their perch a little.

But now we are entering the era of the Cloud, and online solutions are gradually becoming the norm. The main player in this area is Google Docs which resides in Google Drive, and it’s good for basic stuff like letters and reports. But how good is it when you are a student or a researcher, and you need to write an academic research paper?

I decided to see how Microsoft Word stacks up against Google Docs. Which one will do the better research paper?

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Google Apps update alerts: Google Drive

When working in a Chrome browser, people using the Google Docs editors with offline access enabled can work on files even when not connected to the internet. Files are synced so they can be viewed and edited offline, allowing for continued productivity regardless of one’s internet connection.

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10 Creative Ways to Use PowerPoint for Self-Growth

It’s always good to think outside the box, and that certainly applies for something as mundane as Microsoft PowerPoint. What if presentations weren’t its main feature? Could it be used as a document editor? Or as data storage software? What if it could be used as a handy swipe file? Forget about how PowerPoint is supposed to…

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