What is Google Drive?

Google Drive is a cloud storage service that allows you to store an unlimited amount of data. Since your data is saved to Google's servers, you can access your files anywhere you have an internet connection. You can upload documents, presentations, pictures, videos and anything else you may need. Google Drive (formerly known as Google Docs) lets you store and access your files anywhere—on the Web, on your hard drive or on the go. Terminology Note: The documents that are created using the Google Drive app are still called "Google docs." Some people still refer to the Google Drive app as Google Docs.


Support for Google Drive is available at the Google Drive Help Center.


Accessibility information for Google Drive and Google Docs is available at the Google Apps Administrator Guide to Accessibility.

Terms of Use

This app is bound by Google Apps at Texas A&M Terms of Use.