OneDrive free storage cut should be 'warning for enterprises'

Hannah Breeze
clock
OneDrive free storage cut should be 'warning for enterprises'

Microsoft users will see free storage allowance cut from 15GB to 5GB from July

Microsoft's decision to trim the amount of free storage users can have on OneDrive has received a mixed reception from the channel, with some claiming it is bad news for enterprises and others insisting...

To continue reading this article...

Join CRN

  • Enjoy full access to channelweb.co.uk - the UK’s top news source for the IT channel
  • Gain the latest insights through market analysis and interviews with channel leaders
  • Stay on top of key trends with the Insider weekly newsletter curated by CRN’s editor
  • Be the first to hear about our industry leading events and awards programmes

 

Join now

 

Already a CRN member?

Log in

More on Storage

Partner Content: Five good reasons to partner with Dropbox

Partner Content: Five good reasons to partner with Dropbox

Dropbox
clock 13 January 2022 • 3 min read
Arm and Nvidia argue proposed takeover will not hurt competition

Arm and Nvidia argue proposed takeover will not hurt competition

The UK has launched an in depth investigation into the deal

Dan Bennett
clock 12 January 2022 • 2 min read
Softcat joins host of vendors in Glassdoor's 2022 top 50 places to work rankings

Softcat joins host of vendors in Glassdoor's 2022 top 50 places to work rankings

Reseller named alongside Salesforce, Microsoft, VMWare, Dell and others in 2022 list

Dan Bennett
clock 12 January 2022 • 1 min read