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Microsoft is making OneDrive, its rebranded SkyDrive cloud storage service, available globally as of February 19.
Microsoft has announced its replacement name for its SkyDrive cloud storage service. It's now OneDrive.
Microsoft is continuing to move more of its cloud services onto Windows Azure. The latest in the queue: Skype and SkyDrive.
Microsoft is adding new automatic backup functionality to its SkyDrive cloud-storage app for iOS, and is adding new Facebook integration and upload capabilities to SkyDrive.com.
After losing a trademark lawsuit over its SkyDrive cloud storage system, Microsoft agreed to change the name. Since that announcement, the company's been mum over what the new brand will be called. I've got a suggestion, one with lots of X appeal.
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Microsoft is continuing to add regular, incremental feature updates to its SkyDrive cloud-storage service, with new photo and text editing support in the latest batch.
Microsoft made available for download minor updates for its Skype application for Windows Phone 8, the Windows desktop and its SkyDrive storage cloud service.
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Microsoft now has more than 250m users on its SkyDrive cloud storage platform, thanks in part to recent efforts it has made to promote the service.
Microsoft has rolled out some new firmware updates for Windows RT, as well as some incremental updates to its SkyDrive cloud storage service.
Microsoft is adding support for a new Windows 8 'fetch' feature, due to be part of the upcoming Release Preview, to its SkyDrive cloud-storage app.
The reality is that most of us will use multiple cloud services. Small businesses will too.
Just before Google finally released Google Drive cloud storage and sync (see our First Take here), Microsoft made some improvements to its own cloud sync and storage service, SkyDrive, including releasing preview Windows and Mac versions of the SkyDrive app that's already available for Windows Phone and iPhone. (There isn't an official SkyDrive app for Android, but Microsoft has endorsed some of the free Android apps like Browser, Portfolio and Cloud Explorer).
Microsoft updated its long-running SkyDrive cloud-based storage system this week, but the improvements came at a cost: Microsoft slashed its 25GB of free online storage to only 7GB. However, more than 100 million existing SkyDrive users need not lose out.
Just as with Dropbox, SkyDrive, or any other cloud service provider, if you have something to hide from the government, don't put it in the cloud. Here's why.
Microsoft has released a series of SkyDrive cloud storage apps, taking aim at entrenched rivals such as Dropbox, as well as soon-to-be competitor Google.Having already shown off the future SkyDrive app for Windows 8, on Monday Microsoft released preview clients for existing Windows Vista and 7 users, as well as for Mac OS X users.
Microsoft has announced the rumored paid storage tiers for SkyDrive, its cloud storage service, and has rolled out previews of new SkyDrive apps for Windows and Mac OS X Lion.
Microsoft has added another bunch of new features to its SkyDrive cloud storage service.
Google Drive, the search company's answer to Dropbox and Microsoft's SkyDrive, will launch next week, according to reports.The cloud storage service will launch with 5GB of storage per user, according to partner press release details seen by The Next Web and reported on Monday.
Dropbox just added more free storage for their customers, so are they the best personal cloud storage? Or is its Google's mish-mash of cloud services? Apple's iCloud? Perhaps even Microsoft's SkyDrive? Or, some other service entirely? Let's take a look at today's most popular choices.
The beta of Windows 8, which Microsoft released today, brings several new features including more Metro apps, the Windows Store, Internet Explorer 10 platform preview 5, the integration of SkyDrive cloud services and many smaller tweaks.
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