Microsoft has announced quite a few improvements coming to OneDrive for Business, including updates to sync, browser, and mobile experiences. There's also new IT controls for administrators.
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Microsoft has overhauled OneDrive for Business on the web with better UI and enhanced sharing ability, and has made updated sync clients available for Windows and Mac users.
Microsoft has announced that it is starting to roll out updates to the OneDrive web app, and although the changes are small, they will improve ease of use and require fewer steps to get things done.
Microsoft has rolled out a new version of its OneDrive app for Windows Phone, introducing an updated user interface, and - at long last - integrated support for OneDrive for Business.
Microsoft has stated that it is pulling another update from its Patch Tuesday release that was designed to update OneDrive for Business but has not stated why the update was pulled.
Microsoft has updated the web experience for OneDrive for Business users, adding in features such as Simple Controls for faster and better access to files and more.
Microsoft has announced it has increased the amoung of storage space for OneDrive For Business from 25GB to 1TB per user, along with offering the same amount of space for Office 365 ProPlus customers.
Microsoft has announced plans to add some major new features later in 2014 for its free Outlook Web App in Office 365, including a way to quickly get rid of unimportant emails.
Microsoft has announced that it has increased the amount of cloud storage that each SharePoint Online OneDrive for Business user can have from a maximum of 100GB to 1TB.
Microsoft has announced that starting April 1st it will offer companies a way to access OneDrive for Business (formerly SkyDrive Pro) as a stand alone service in addition to access via Office 365.
Microsoft has now launched its OneDrive for Business apps, formerly known as SkyDrive Pro, for iOS and Windows 8.1 platforms, made for subscribers to the business versions of Office 365.