What is Google Drive?
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. Launched on April 24, 2012, Google Drive allows users to store files in the cloud. Google Drive account and storage access can be owned by personal account (both free and paid) or via a G-Suite paid account, part of the available apps. 800 million users reported last in March 2017, means, that your data is in good hands.
Google Drive is extremely useful for any WordPress owners to combine it with their backup process. You can store each of your recurrent WordPress files backup and each of WordPress DB backup archive inside your Google Drive account.
Why use Google Drive?
Any personal Google account has 15GB storage space in its Google Drive.
This cloud storage space should suffice any small to medium sized WordPress sites, for their recurrent backup cycles.
PAID Google account
For your personal Google account, you can order paid version of Google Drive. It starts with 100GB of storage space with a cost of 2.5 Eur per month. This cloud storage space should suffice any medium to huge sized WordPress sites, for their recurrent backup cycles.
PAID G-Suite account
The G-Suite account starts at 4 Eur per month (per user) with a 30GB of storage space. This cloud storage space should suffice any small to medium sized WordPress sites, for their recurrent backup cycles.
Need even more space?
The personal Google account offers by default: 1TB (1.000GB) for 11 Eur/month or 10TB (10.000GB) for 108 Eur/month. The G-Suite account offers by default: Unlimited cloud storage (or 1TB per user if fewer than 5 users) for 8 Eur/user/month.