Google Docs/Drive is a web-based word processing and spreadsheet program that makes collaboration more efficient. It lets you keep a document online that others can edit and update simultaneously right from their browser without the need to track attachments. Multiple people can make changes at once, and see edits from others as they happen in real time.
Google Apps can be accessed through these Single Sign-on sites:
NEW - Google Drive syncs and stores files from your computer with Google Docs, allowing you see your files no matter where you are. The integration with the Google Docs platform lets you create, upload, edit, store and share files, regardless of origin, from one location. All CWRU users have 5 Gigabytes of storage available to them for free. To learn more and start using Google Drive, go to drive.google.com.
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