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By Brien Posey Get Started Mar 27, 2014


By Jennifer Scott Aug 01, 2013

Microsoft concedes to BSkyB over SkyDrive trademark

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


By Diana Hwang News Sep 27, 2013

SkyDrive Pro offers another corporate cloud storage service option

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


By Tim Anderson Jul 18, 2012


By Robert Sheldon Manage Oct 16, 2012

Windows 8 SkyDrive integration muddies the desktop management waters

Users' Microsoft accounts link Windows 8 and SkyDrive. It's a great feature for users, but connecting desktops and the cloud is a problem for admins. Continue Reading


By Robert Sheldon Problem Solve Oct 05, 2012

Microsoft SkyDrive features improve cloud file storage, sharing

Microsoft SkyDrive features have been upgraded, setting the cloud file storage service up for success in the channel with Office 2013. Continue Reading


By Mike Nelson News Nov 02, 2010

How to use Windows Live SkyDrive

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. Continue Reading


By Colin Steele News Nov 23, 2011

Microsoft SkyDrive changes target Dropbox, Google: News in brief

Microsoft wants to integrate SkyDrive with leading services -- even other vendors’ -- to make it more user-friendly. Plus: news on Nokia’s Windows phones and Flash on Android. Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Sep 09, 2011

Microsoft Office365, Windows Live Hotmail and SkyDrive hit by two-hour blackout

Microsoft Office365, Windows Live Hotmail, SkyDrive and other online services have been hit by a two-hour blackout. Continue Reading


By James Furbush News Apr 27, 2012

Microsoft, Google unveil cloud storage and file-sharing services

Google and Microsoft’s cloud storage and file-sharing services, Google Drive and SkyDrive, give IT more Dropbox alternatives, but data security concerns persist. Continue Reading