Posts Tagged ‘OneDrive’

With OneDrive Limiting Storage, What are your Alternatives?

Friday, November 6th, 2015

If the new limit on data storage at OneDrive causes a problem for you, here are several possible solutions …

Microsoft announced recently that it would change OneDrive plans for all but Business and Enterprise customers. The move limits Office 365 Home, Personal and University customers to 1TB of storage space, and reduces the storage available to free users to 5GB from previously 15GB or more.


Microsoft Announces OneDrive Storage Plan Downgrades

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

From the word go, it was pretty obvious that the “unlimited storage” deal couldn’t last forever …

Microsoft announced yesterday that it will make changes to the storage plans of its online file hosting and synchronization service OneDrive and to OneDrive storage given to Office 365 subscribers. The changes affect existing users of the service as well as future users. Several of the plans provided by OneDrive or other Microsoft services that provide access to OneDrive as a bonus are downgraded.


How to Remove Cloud Features from Office 2013

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Apparently, I’m not the only one who’s a bit uncomfortable with Office’s cloud features …

If you are using Microsoft’s most recent desktop version of Office, Office 2013, you may have noticed that the company has integrated several cloud features in it. You can sign in to your OneDrive account to load and save documents to it for example. While that may be useful for users who make use of the functionality, it is not really needed if you never plan on using it.