Which storage and collaboration tool is best for your team? Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. Box

David Moore
  • 7 min read

Google Drive has been updated quite a bit over the past year, with the G Suite rebrand to Google Workspace and other features that make collaboration seamless as it’s already in Google’s integrated system.  With Google Workspace, you don’t need to purchase several applications to be productive with everything in one place.

Storage and collaboration applications review: the same, but different

But what if your company uses another tool to store documents and collaborate across departments? You could be spending money on an application that you already have in your toolkit. Google Drive is an enterprise-level storage and collaboration tool that plays well with integrations plus is included with the rest of your work toolkit. Here’s Wursta’s quick comparison of Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. Box. 

All three providers offer about the same functionality, but Google Drive offers more free storage and file size. With Google Drive, users also have access to advanced security features and editors as part of the Google Workspace family. 

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If you’re interested in more information about Google Drive, let’s connect. If you are already a Wursta customer and would like more hands-on training or information about Google Drive, reach out to your account manager.