SkyDrive is Now OneDrive

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Screenshot of SkyDrive's switch to OneDrive
Screenshot showing SkyDrive’s switch to OneDrive

Starting today, Microsoft has changed the name of their SkyDrive cloud storage application to OneDrive. You can read more about the thoughts behind the name change on The OneDrive Blog.

For existing SkyDrive users, nothing will change other than the name and the link to this service which is now www.onedrive.com. You can still access your existing files that were stored on SkyDrive, share and collaborate on documents, and view these materials on multiple devices, like your phone, tablet, and computer. New users can sign up for a free account at www.onedrive.com.

If you are curious about what you can do with a cloud storage service like OneDrive (or competitors like Dropbox and Google Drive), check out this previous post introducing SkyDrive.

Of course you can always contact the Instructional Design team if you want to learn more about cloud storage, accessing your most important documents from multiple locations, and ways to collaborate on documents.

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