We use Google Drive even though it is impossible to organize.
CEO & Founder - Pendo
Google Drive is good. The primary complaint is that, for people used to the Windows system, it makes no sense. You have to get used to a different logic.
CTO - Optoro
We use Google Drive for collaborating on, and storing company documents.
Alain van Gils
Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped
68%Stacklist Startups Are Using Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud-based file-sharing and storage platform that functions as a repository for all Google Apps, allowing you to upload and access your files for easy access from any browser or mobile device. Google Drive makes real-time collaboration a breeze, though the foremost complaint among the Stacklist community is Drive’s file organization; many founders feel that files can quickly become chaotic and disorganized, making Drive an unsustainable choice as they scale. Qualms aside, Google Drive is still the most popular file-sharing tool among the Stacklist community because of its strong collaborative capabilities and seamless integration with other Google products.
Google Drive’s easy, collaborative nature, familiar UX and seamless integration with all-things Google, make it popular among companies of all sizes that make Google their productivity platform of choice.
15GB of data can be stored for free at any time, with monthly fees tacked on as your storage requirements grow. These range from $1.99 for 100GB all the way up to $299.99 for 30 TB. There is also a Google Drive for Work plan that offers unlimited storage for $10/user/month for groups of five users or more.
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