Google Drive is already an amazing service, offering up 15 gigs of free online data storage for anyone, anywhere. And its about to get even better for students.
Schools which have Google's Apps for Education suite will now be able to avail of unlimited Google Drive storage for them and their students. It's all part of the Drive for Education initiative, whcih also allows for a maximum file size up to a massive 5 terabytes.
Google is pitching it as an always accessible bookbag and it could prove incredibly useful - allowing students to sync notes between classmates and on their home computers. Google Drive also works brilliantly on mobile, meaning access to all their work on the go and there's even a possibility of sharing significant texts with everyone.
Google also stresses the high security of the service, with Drive already used daily by almost 200 million people worldwide and extra features like auditing - which could let teachers make sure students have accessed the files they need for their homework, for example.
You can get more information on the Google Apps for Education program here.