Microsoft's OneDrive online hosting and synchronization service (formerly known as SkyDrive), has recently increased storage for all paid accounts to 1 TB. Free users on the other hand receive 15 Gigabyte of free storage when they sign up for the service. Show More Summary
OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service formerly known as SkyDrive, just got updated across several platforms. Most significant, perhaps, is its Android app refresh that adds OneDrive for Business integration, so you can easily access both...
Microsoft announced a storage upgrade for all SkyDrive OneDrive customers recently. Free customers who signed up recently for the service get a bump to 15 Gigabyte from the previous 7 Gigabyte, while paying customers one to 1 Terabyte of storage space in the cloud. Show More Summary
The cloud storage service formerly known as SkyDrive is taking a hacksaw to prices. Microsoft is bringing OneDrive prices in line with what Google Drive is offering, and making life increasingly difficult for Dropbox, which is starting to look prohibitively expensive by comparison. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft announced some very substantial changes to OneDrive storage. OneDrive is of course Microsoft’s consumer cloud storage product, formerly named SkyDrive. When the service first launched in 2007, early users received 5 GB of online storage. Show More Summary
OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, can be a blessing or a curse. It’s deeply integrated into Windows 8.1 and offers itself to become your one stop for Cloud storage and syncing across multiple devices. If everything is set up right, you can log into Windows 8 from any given device and find that your files, settings, and apps are already there. Show More Summary
Last July, Glenn Greenwald published a set of claims regarding a number of Microsoft services that were, especially at the time, unsettling: That Microsoft had helped the NSA "circumvent its encryption" relating to web chat on Outlook.com,...Show More Summary
One Microsoft product I’m not a fan of is OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive). It’s not a particularly bad product, it’s just that I feel Dropbox does better work of the same job. Another thing that I’m not a fan of is having things forced upon me, or installed without my permission. Show More Summary
OneDrive for Business was launched as a standalone service by Microsoft on April 1, 2014. The main difference to Microsoft's OneDrive service -- formerly known as SkyDrive -- is that it has been designed with business use in mind. Features...Show More Summary
We can all agree that sharing gameplay footage on Xbox One via SkyDrive OneDrive isn't really the best social solution. Okay, so there's Twitch, too, but the holy grail of video sharing lies with YouTube. And, as of tomorrow, Xbox One owners will get...
The service formerly known as SkyDrive is now OneDrive. It's basically the same, though it's becoming steadily more useful
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, Google has thrown down the gauntlet in the cloud storage market by reducing the prices of its own platform. The drops are significant too... Continue Reading Google cutsShow More Summary
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market. How do the options stack up against each other though? This article provides a comparison...Show More Summary
After some delay, Microsoft finally introduced the newly renamed OneDrive this week. But the renaming of the company’s cloud storage service once called SkyDrive has proven to be more than that. Microsoft is also taking the opportunity to turn an embarrassing legal defeat into a big marketing campaign with new features. Show More Summary
Dear Lifehacker, I never really took a close look at SkyDrive, but people tell me it's really good. Is the new OneDrive service worth looking at? Is it better than something like Dropbox or Box? Or is it just a name change? Read mor...
In a major update, SkyDrive gets far more than a new name.
Microsoft is rebranding its Office Web Apps to Office Online on Thursday, just a day after the company launched its OneDrive cloud storage replacement for SkyDrive. The new branding, revealed partially last month, is designed to simplify Microsoft’s free web versions of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint away from the bewildering Office Web Apps monikers. “We... Read More
Just 24 hours after launching OneDrive as a replacement for SkyDrive, Microsoft has announced a major rebranding of its cloud-based productivity tools line up. Say hello to Office Online, Microsoft’s reinvented Office Web Apps, which has been redesigned so its … Continue reading ?
Rebranded SkyDrive adds new storage boosting options. Microsoft relaunched its SkyDrive cloud storage service as OneDrive this week, complete with new achievements for Xbox One users.Click here to read the full article
Microsoft has officially changed the name of its cloud service SkyDrive to "OneDrive." The Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Xbox One-compatible service will also receive a monthly payment plan option in addition to a new referral program that...