Free 15 GB Cloud Storage for your Document, Fotos and Music.
After that the Apple and Amanzon reduced the prices for their online storage, Microsoft offers more faviourable prices and 15 GB cloud storage for free. Satya Nadella, the new Microsoft chief has a moto “mobile-first, cloud-first”.
Microsoft has announced extensive changes for it’s Cloud OneDrive offers. The OneDrive users will get complete 15 GByte Cloud Storage from July 2014 for free. Anybody need more, have to pay but much less than before.
By announcing this Micosoft heats up the supremacy contest in Cloud business. As I mentioned before Microsoft has announed in it’s Blog that it will be offering 15 GB for free from July 14. Not only this the new Micosoft chief also targets specially Amazon’s that cloud services which amazon offers for Corporate customers. In the same Blog post Micosoft announced it’s new prices for 1TByte and 2 TByte storage. it says
The new monthly prices will be $1.99 for 100 GB (previously $7.49) and $3.99 for 200 GB (previously $11.49).
Do I need a cloud storage?
it’s fine that Microsoft and all other Cloud Stroage providers are offering more free space and extensively reducing their prices, but the question if I actually need a Cloud storage? the is in most cases YES. As saving your Fotos, Music, Documents online is the latest way to store your personal data. Files saved to the Cloud Storage are more secure and having less risk of losing your data. Backups to CD/DVD-ROM and USB drives just can’t offer the same level of protection – the back-up hardware carries the same risk of damage as your computer does.