SkyDrive is more than just online storage, but the storage part is pretty great. You get more free storage right away—7 GB—with SkyDrive than with Dropbox.
If you ever need or want even more storage, however, you can expand your SkyDrive to fit your needs. For example, you can add 50 GB to your SkyDrive, for a total of 57 GB, for just 19 EUR/year.
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Do you store Office documents on Dropbox today?
With Dropbox, you can use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote to work on shared files, but you can't do it simultaneously. With SkyDrive, you can view and edit documents with others simultaneously, either in your browser with free
Office Web Apps
SkyDrive and Office 2013.
When you use SkyDrive to collaborate, your whole group will all be working on the same version, which is always up to date. And that means you'll avoid creating multiple versions of the same document—and the headaches that come with them.
It's simple to drag and drop your Dropbox files into your SkyDrive.
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2. Drag and drop your files from your Dropbox folder to your SkyDrive folder.
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, like free Office Web Apps, simple sharing, and accessing your files from almost anywhere.
See how SkyDrive stacks up against Dropbox, Google Drive, and iCloud.
Got Google Drive? SkyDrive works alongside it without a hitch.