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.
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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.
Microsoft has released version 1.1 of its SkyDrive Pro app for iOS devices that allows users to edit and share documents stored in a SkyDrive Pro account for the first time.
Microsoft has announced that business users of Office 365 now have 25 GB of free SkyDrive Pro cloud storage, up from the previous 7 GB, and admins can also increase the default storage up to 100 GB
Microsoft has released versions of its SkyDrive Pro apps for both Windows 8 and iOS today, offering Office 365 users with SharePoint a way to upload and store files on SkyDrive's cloud servers.
Microsoft has released a standalone SkyDrive Pro sync client that's been made for users of SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online in Office 365. It does not require a version of Office to be installed
A mysterious menu option called "SkyDrive Pro" has showed up in some Office 2013 screenshots, but so far Microsoft has yet to give official details about what this new option is.