Microsoft Doubles OneDrive Cloud Storage

Microsoft is now offering 15GB of storage for users who have a OneDrive account—that’s double its usual 7GB offering, and matches Google Drive’s storage. Office365, Microsoft’s subscription version of Office, will now come with 1TB of cloud storage space, up from the usual 20GB.

Soon, users will be able to purchase 100GB of OneDrive storage for $1.99 a month (down from $7.49), and 200GB for $3.99 (down from $11.49).

Most recently, Microsoft launched the Office Suite for iPad, while Apple updated iWork for the cloud. The online productivity application wars are heating up and we’ll be keeping an eye on them as they unfold.

For full story on OneDrive, see Mashable and The Verge.

Yvonne Chan

Yvonne Chan

Yvonne is a writer for Edtech Times who is most interested in technology's role in culture. When she is not combing the web for the latest in educational technology, she is reading classic literature or watching the game on TV. You may know her from Gradeable, Boston.com, Emerson College, Busa Wine & Spirits, UMass Dartmouth, or Burlington High School.