The inclusion of 1TB of OneDrive for Business storage per user as part of Office 365 ProPlus subscriptions
New OneDrive for Business migration assistance from Microsoft (The blog post didn't elaborate on specifically what Microsoft is offering on this front. But a spokesperson said those interested should contact their Microsoft account managers or partner for details.)
In March 2014, Microsoft officials announced that OneDrive for Business (formerly known as SkyDrive Pro) would be available both as part of a number of existing Office 365 plans, as well as for purchase as a standalone service -- something that wasn't the case with SkyDrive Pro. The standalone version provided business users with 25 GB of storage per employee, with an option to purchase additional storage, offline sync and access from multiple devices. Now that default storage threshold is 1 TB.
"The cloud is about breaking down walls between people and information. Not building a new set of islands in the sky. Make sure you bet on a file sync and share solution that helps you embrace that," said Corporate Vice President John Case in the conclusion of today's blog post.
Update: Just to make it perfectly clear, it's not just the standalone and Professional Plus versions that are getting the upgrade to 1TB. A Microsoft spokesperson sent me this statement:
As to when new and existing customers will see the 1TB bump, a Microsoft spokesperson said: "Customer eligibility is effective today, but as with service updates roll-out of these features will happen over the next few months."