Google Apps for Education has announced the release of Google Drive to Case Western Reserve University. Google Drive is a service that syncs and stores files from your computer with a virtual drive that can be accessed from any computer or mobile device, allowing you to see your files no matter where you are. Its integration with the Google Docs platform lets you create, upload, edit, store and share your files, regardless of origin, from one location. All CWRU users have 5 Gigabytes of storage available to them for free. To learn more and start using Google Drive, go to drive.google.com.
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