Let's settle this debate. When it comes to sharing files...which solution is your preferred method?
There are agents on both sides of the debate, and it is worth listening to both sides.
Why Google Drive is Better
Google Drive is great for collaboration. If you need more than one person to work on an excel spreadsheet or word document, Google Drive should be your choice. It is also already included if you have a gmail account. Gmail is one of the leading email providers after the legacy providers (such as aol, yahoo, and hotmail). Google drive also has a collection of apps similar to Microsoft Office, so there's that too. Also...it's FREE.
Why Dropbox is Better
Dropbox, is a paid service, but will offer much more storage space than Google does. It also (arguably) has less security risks than Google does. Both these characteristics make it ideal for sharing .pdf files that contain private information and are on the larger side. For the solo agent, this is a great option. You can control who sees what. You can also control who can see the folder vs add to a folder.
What about you? Which service do you use? And why do you prefer it? Let us know in the comments below!