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  • Now Coming With Your Laptop: Large Helpings Of Cloud Storage

    Now Coming With Your Laptop: Large Helpings Of Cloud Storage

    Out this morning is a spec list for the forthcoming HP Stream laptop that will run Windows 8.1, and is expected to cost $199. It’s a device that Microsoft hopes will compete with Chromebooks, Google’s laptop offering that has consumed some PC market share, mostly among less expensive devices. Read More

  • Box Plans Deep Office 365 Integration As It Removes Storage Caps For Business Customers

    Box Plans Deep Office 365 Integration As It Removes Storage Caps For Business Customers

    This morning Box announced that it will integrate its cloud storage solution into Microsoft’s popular Office 365 productivity suite. The company also indicated that its ‘Business’ SKU will no longer have a file storage cap, joining its ‘Enterprise’ SKU in having unlimited storage attached to each user’s account. The storage play is simple: As the amount… Read More

  • Microsoft More Than Doubles OneDrive’s Free Cloud Storage To 15 Gigabytes

    Microsoft More Than Doubles OneDrive’s Free Cloud Storage To 15 Gigabytes

    Continuing the trend towards free, unlimited cloud storage, Microsoft this morning increased the amount of capacity that it offers free to regular users of its OneDrive service to 15 gigabytes, more than double its previous offering of 7 gigabytes. The company will also now offer a full terabyte of storage to all Office 365 customers. If you want more storage capacity, but don’t want to… Read More

  • Microsoft’s Free OneNote Hints At Its Larger Strategy

    Microsoft’s Free OneNote Hints At Its Larger Strategy

    This morning, Microsoft announced that it was making OneNote, its note-taking service that syncs across platforms, free. The PC app, the new Mac app, and a variety of small tools for the service are now available for anyone to use without cost. Paid upgrades and corporate sales as part of Office 365, however, still exist, and that may hint at Microsoft’s overall strategy for Office… Read More

  • Microsoft Officially Rebrands SkyDrive To OneDrive

    Microsoft Officially Rebrands SkyDrive To OneDrive

    SkyDrive is dead, long live OneDrive. In January, Microsoft announced that it would rebrand its storage service to OneDrive following a trademark dispute with British pay-TV provider BSkyB. Starting today, the website, the mobile apps and the desktop apps all share the same OneDrive name. That’s not all. Microsoft is also launching today a new referral program. It is very reminiscent… Read More

  • Microsoft May Dole Out More Free Storage To Users In OneDrive Rebrand

    Microsoft May Dole Out More Free Storage To Users In OneDrive Rebrand

    Microsoft will soon rebrand its SkyDrive cloud storage service OneDrive. The OneDrive splash page currently reads “Coming Soon.” It now appears that there is more to the coming OneDrive rollout than a simple name change. According to leaked screenshots posted by LiveSide, Microsoft will roll out a number of incentives for users in an effort to boost their usage of the service… Read More