Google 1tb cloud storage
Google 1tb cloud storage

Google is offering 1TB of free cloud storage to its Workspace users. It is increasing the cloud storage from 15GB to 1TB storage for free to its users. Google upgrades the free storage for the Workspace individual users. Google has announced that every Google Workspace individual account will get 1TB of secure cloud storage free.

It will automatically upgrade the individual account to 1TB storage from the existing 15GB storage. Today I am explaining to you about the 1TB of free Cloud Storage for Workspace users. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the Workspace free 1TB cloud storage.

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1TB free cloud storage Google

Google upgrades the Workspace and increases the free cloud storage and made email personalization advanced. Also, the Workspace individual will expand in more countries, but the plan is still not available in India. Google workspace will be available in more countries so that more and more users can use it.

Google wrote in its blog post, Drive lets users store over 100 file types, including PDFs, CAD files, and images. Users can easily edit Microsoft Office files without converting them. Additionally, Google Drive also offers built-in protections against malware, spam, and ransomware to protect Documents and files from malware.

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Now Workspace users will get the 1TB free secure cloud storage. Currently, Google offered only 15GB of cloud storage to users. Google will automatically upgrade individual accounts from 15GB to 1TB storage. All the Workspace individual account users will get the free 1TB cloud storage.

Google also released a new feature to mail merge tags. People can use the @firstname tag for multi-send emails, so each recipient receives a unique email that feels individually composed for them. Multi-send emails also include an unsubscribe link by default so the recipient can unsubscribe from future messages.

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