Saturday, January 10, 2015

Microsoft lays out year-long roadmap for unifying OneDrive sync engines | ZDNet

More unified; less Groovy

"By the end of this year, Microsoft promises both services will be accessible from a single sync engine that will work with OneDrive (the consumer service) and OneDrive for Business.

The announcements come in a post at the OneDrive blog, which promises that the new sync engine will include two long-awaited features: the ability to sync shared folders (a la Dropbox), and selective sync across all platforms. The latter feature is especially important for OneDrive for Business users, who currently have to choose between syncing all files from the cloud to a local device (up to 1 TB, with unlimited storage coming later this year), or accessing everything solely from the cloud."
Microsoft lays out year-long roadmap for unifying OneDrive sync engines | ZDNet
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