Microsoft has recently decided to remove the limit of available cloud storage for Office 365. This change is likely to move Microsoft to the same playing field as its competitors that also offer unlimited cloud storage. Competitors include Dropbox and Google, among others. These organizations differ in that they run on a subscription-based model, pricing in around ten or fifteen dollars a month (http://www.infoworld.com/article/2839500/cloud-computing/microsoft-gives-office-365-customers-unlimited-onedrive-storage.html#tk.IFWNLE_techbrief_2014-10-28).
Strategically, Microsoft’s move to provide unlimited cloud storage could prove fruitful. Many businesses already have Office 365, so instead of choosing to pay a subscription fee for another service, they can stick with the product that they already have while receiving the unlimited storage feature.
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