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Protect your documents in Google Drive

The Dropbox option discussed in this article is also almost entirely true for Google Drive.

Google Drive is an online file storage service. Google Drive replaces Google Docs, which has changed its link address from docs.google.com to drive.google.com, among other things. Each user gets 5 gigabytes of free space to store their files and can pay for additional space. It is available for Windows systems, Mac and mobile devices.

SealPath enables you to protect documents wherever they are, including the Google Drive folder on any device. Share them and work together using Google Drive. You can be assured that even if they are moved from your Google Drive, they will be protected.

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