The cloud storage war continues to heat up. After a series of cuts in prices and increase in free storage by nearly every prominent cloud storage services, Microsoft has gone a step further and has announced Unlimited free storage on OneDrive for the existing and new Office 365 subscribers. And this includes both OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.
Ever since Satya Nadella took over as CEO of the Redmond giant, the company has aggressively pushed both OneDrive and Azure cloud platforms. OneDrive is already available on multiple platforms, and this new push will surely help Microsoft to garner even more subscribers to its Office 365 suite. Note: Read our article to know why Office 365 is better than Office 2013.
Office 365 will now include OneDrive and OneDrive for Business as part of the suite. Microsoft mentions that the rollout has begun and will continue over the coming months. To accelerate the process, you can place your request by going here. Microsoft had earlier announced 1TB of free storage for Business users back in June this year, and was matched by Dropbox for the Dropbox pro plans. Now it remains to be seen how Dropbox and Google Drive react to this news.
In addition to providing unlimited storage, Microsoft is trying to add true value by integrating the tools people use to communicate, create, and collaborate, both personally and professionally. Office 365 and OneDrive are pretty well placed in that regard.