Google Suite File Stream

Launched in July, Backup and Sync is Google’s consumer sync client aimed mostly at regular consumers, replacing Google Drive for Mac/PC. At the same time, Google also developed a client that was especially suited for enterprise needs. After months of testing, the specialized Drive File Stream app is now launching.

Drive File Stream is different from Backup and Sync in that it does not store data locally. Rather, all files — including My Drive and Team Drives — are streamed on demand. While users can browse using their native file browser (Finder on macOS and Explorer on Windows), files are only downloaded upon opening.

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  1. On the top right, click on the G Suite Application Launcher box and click on the Drive icon From the G Suite Drive window, click on the Settings gear From the drop-down menu, click on Download Drive File Stream for (Windows/Mac) You may be redirected to a Google Drive Help web page.
  2. To Access the G Suite Drive File Stream Desktop App Download: On your computer, open your Bates Gmail account from within a web browser and login On the top right, click on the G Suite Application Launcher box and click on the Drive icon From the G Suite Drive window, click on the Settings gear From.
  3. Step 1: Download and Install Drive File Stream using the link below. Download Google Drive File Stream for. Step 2: Open the downloaded file and go through the usual setup process. Step 3: Sign in using your Google account credential, and you are good to go.

While Backup and Sync works for G Suite users, Drive File Stream may be better suited. For businesses, this solution minimizes the amount of company data stored on local hard drives, while also freeing up disk space and network bandwidth involved in downloading and then syncing files to and from the cloud.

Drive File Stream is a new desktop application that allows you to quickly access all of your Google Drive files on demand, directly from your computer, meani.

This launch will officially deprecate the old Google Drive for Mac/PC. Starting in October, those users will begin seeing warnings, with support ending December 11th. On March 12, 2018, it will be completely shut down.

Drive File Stream launched to early adopters in March and is launching to all G Suite customers later this month on September 26th. However, it can be downloaded today if enabled by your administrator.

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In addition to last month’s announcement that Meet is now “free for everyone,” Google also quietly announced a new G Suite Essentials tier. More details about that offering, which bundles Google Meet and Drive, are now available.

In 2018, G Suite gained a standalone “Google Drive Enterprise” tier for companies that want to use Drive file storage, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more, but already have a third-party email and calendar service.

Google is now adding Meet to Drive Enterprise and calling it G Suite Essentials. In terms of productivity apps, it also includes Forms, Sites, and Keep, with Google Drive offering storage for each individual user, as well as shared team drives. There is also access to the Drive File Stream app for desktops.

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Like the broader G Suite service, Essentials has an entry-level tier that includes Meet features like up to 150 participants and the ability to schedule/join meetings from Outlook’s calendar.

This tier is free until September 30, but will later cost $10 for every user per month. For comparison, G Suite Basic — with Gmail, Calendar, and Chat — is $6 and Business is $12.

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G Suite Enterprise Essentials also exists with more pro-level features like recording Meet calls and saving them to Drive, as well as streaming meetings to your internal domain. Drive storage gets bumped up to 1TB (from 100GB) per user, and pooled storage to 25TB (from 2TB). Google Vault is also available to retain, archive, and search employee data, while Drive gets data loss prevention (DLP) functionality. Pricing here is unique to every organization.

This G Suite offering features third-party integrations with Microsoft Office, Slack, and Salesforce, with Essentials reflecting how “many organizations and businesses aren’t looking to make big changes to the way they work at this time.”

For example, if you send a link to a Drive file from Outlook, Drive automatically checks to ensure that the recipient has access to that file. It will let you know if a coworker is about to make conflicting changes to a Word, PowerPoint, or Excel file. And an integration with the Outlook calendar makes scheduling Meet video conferences a breeze.

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