File upload pt.4 – Onedrive

Microsoft OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) is a file hosting service that Microsoft operates.

First launched in August 2007, it enables registered users to share and synchronize their files. OneDrive also works as the storage back-end of the web version of Microsoft Office. OneDrive offers 5 GB of storage space free of charge, with 100 GB, 1 TB, and 6 TB storage options available either separately or with Office 365 subscriptions.

The OneDrive client app adds file synchronization and cloud backup features to its device, including unlimited free file access and allowing files to be available for anywhere for collaboration. It works very similarly to Google drive in this sense. However, the application has limited document size support. Microsoft does not support files over 15 GB in OneDrive, which can be an obstacle for businesses. For larger files, you may need to use a compression utility. Lack of third-party app integrations.