Use shared drives to store and share files with your team to ensure access to items over time–even if team membership changes.
If you use G Suite, it helps to know that Google gives you two subtly different types of drives. First, there’s the standard Google Drive My Drive that stores files you create, upload, or can access. But there’s also the newer Google Drive Shared Drives that hold files available to shared drive members.
A shared drive lets people upload and collaborate on files in the cloud, rather than keeping documents on a local server