Google Drive in One
Google Drive will soon get a unified answer to help you access your records and keep them in sync on your desktop. The service as of now offers two arrangements — Drive File Stream, for big enterprise users, and Backup and Sync, for consumers. In any case, in the coming months, Google intends to bring together these answers for improving things for both administrators and end-clients.
Plans of Google
Google featured the forthcoming changes in a new post on the Workspace Updates blog. In the post, the organization discloses how it intends to offer the best and most utilized highlights from both Drive File Stream and Backup and Sync with the bound together solution.
Google asserts that the bound together solution will offer an incredible sync client for all Google Drive users and make it simpler for administrators and IT groups to oversee organizations. The unified solution will likewise diminish client disarray around which application to utilize and it will likewise convey better execution for end-users.
Google Drive for Desktop
As a part of this move, Google has renamed Drive File Stream to Google Drive for desktop with the most recent form (v.45). Notwithstanding, the solution’s usefulness stays unaltered and users will not need to make any extra moves to keep utilizing the client. Backup and Sync users, on the other hand, should move to Google Drive for desktop not long from now. Until the new brought together clients turns out, Google is attempting to fuse highlights from Backup and Sync into the new Google Drive for a desktop solution.
Who Can Access?
The beta release is accessible to Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, and Enterprise Plus, just as G Suite Basic, Business, Education, Enterprise for Education, and Nonprofits clients who presently have users with the Backup and Sync deployed.