Microsoft Increases Storage Space For SkyDrive Pro Users To 25GB


Microsoft today announced the increase in storage space for users of SkyDrive Pro, A cloud storage service for business. SkyDrive Pro delivers the features in a file sync solution, and also provides content management, compliance, and content management controls. Following improvements to SkyDrive Pro for Office 365 business subscribers were announced today

  • Each user now gets 25 GB of SkyDrive Pro storage space (up from 7 GB).
  • You can now increase users’ SkyDrive Pro storage beyond the default 25 GB-up to 50 GB and 100 GB.
  • With the new Shared with Me view,you can easily find documents others have shared with you.

Source: Office blog

  • Tirinti

    There should be just one Skydrive.
    I am a freelancer so I’ve bought Office 365 Small Business, because Home is for not commercial use. Now I have this strange Sky Drive Pro and Lync instead of Skype and I had to configure Sharepoint site and Outlook works with its email not my old one.
    Why there is no Office for personal commercial use?

  • Yuan Taizong

    I just hope that they’ll upgrade the ”real” Microsoft SkyDrive soon, Google Drive has 15 G.B. and in order to back-up all my files using Windows 8.1 (Blue) and having 100% SkyDrive integration with EVERY file, EVERY word, EVERY lettre and EVERY app, I’ll need more than just 7 G.B. of storage, if SkyDrive increases, it will force Dropbox and others to increase, it will be a win, Microsoft has the money, resources and servers to offer more SkyDrive space, and most of my family-members were early-birds and got the 25 free G.B. I missed out and must now use other services to do full device back-up’s and file storage.