By now you’ve probably heard about Google’s Cloud Platform, the cloud service that powers Google Apps and Google Drive.
The company claims that it’s the best-performing platform in the industry, and the latest data suggests that it can’t be wrong.
Google’s been able to increase its cloud storage usage by over 60 percent over the past three years.
The latest data from the SaaS cloud storage marketplace shows that Google has about 2.2 million apps, which makes it the most popular platform in Google’s ecosystem.
But how does it compare to other cloud storage providers?
Google’s Google Drive isn’t the cheapest option, but it’s arguably the best one.
And while Google isn’t alone in its cloud drive growth—other cloud storage companies have been growing at similar rates for years—Google’s service is the only one that offers cloud storage as a primary option.
That means that you can use Google Drive as a full-featured file and data storage service.
If you want more, you can buy a premium version of Google Drive for $1,200 per month.
Google Drive is also one of the most secure options for storing files and data on the cloud.
This is important for businesses that don’t want to share sensitive information, and Google has been very vocal about its security practices.
Google also has the largest data center on the planet, so if you’re planning to store your data on Google Drive, you should know what to look out for.
But Google’s storage services are still quite expensive, and you should pay attention to your usage before making a decision about which option to choose.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Google Storage Usage for All of 2013 by the Numbers 1.
Google has 2.4 million apps 2.8 million users 4.5 million gigabytes of data Storage capacity: 7,715 terabytes per month Storage cost: $0.70 per gigabyte Storage cost per year: $1.00 per gigabytes Storage capacity per year per user: 1.5 billion gigabytes