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SkyDrive Is Now OneDrive

By Ed Tittel 21 Feb 2014

The word has been out for a few days now that MS has refreshed (and renamed) its cloud storage offering. What was SkyDrive on Windows 8 devices may now be replaced with OneDrive instead (download ... Read More

Microsoft concedes to BSkyB over SkyDrive trademark

By Jennifer Scott 01 Aug 2013

The tech giant admits defeat and will be forced to rename its cloud storage service after losing a court battle in the UK Read More

SkyDrive Pro offers another corporate cloud storage service option

By Diana Hwang 27 Sep 2013

Cloud-based storage is in high demand, but will Windows 8.1 with SkyDrive meet the need for an enterprise-grade service? Read More

Microsoft SkyDrive outage is just not good for business

By Sonia Lelii 16 Aug 2013

The disruption of Microsoft’s cloud services this week is likely to shake some customers' confidence in the cloud, even those not impacted by the most recent disruption. The Microsoft SkyDrive ... Read More

SkyDrive Explodes with New Platforms and Features

By Ed Tittel 25 Apr 2012

Buckle your seatbelts! Since its hiatus the Building Windows 8 blog has come roaring back with lots of new content in the last week (see my previous blog "The Return of BW8: Two Posts!!" for info ... Read More

SkyDrive Brings the Cloud to Windows 8, For Real!

By Ed Tittel 25 Feb 2012

I saw, then read, the recent Building Windows 8 blog post entitled "Connecting your apps, files, PCs and devices to the cloud with SkyDrive and Windows 8" last Monday. I've been chewing this mass ... Read More

How to use Windows Live SkyDrive

By Mike Nelson 02 Nov 2010

Do you need an alternative to Dropbox? The revamped Windows Live SkyDrive feature for Microsoft's Office Live Workspace offers convenience, many components and free storage. Read More

Who cares about Dropbox, SkyDrive, etc.? We're moving to a world where "files" don't matter.

By Brian Madden 16 Dec 2012

Everyone's excited about all these cloud-based file syncing products like Dropbox, Skydrive, etc. But have you ever thought they'll become less and less useful as most new applications don't use "files" in the ... Read More