OneDrive is Microsoft’s free cloud storage service which lets you store files and access the files from any device or anywhere you may be. In order to use OneDrive you need to have a Hotmail or Outlook Email account. This free online storage is perfect for personal use.
So, what can you do with Microsoft’s free cloud storage?
- Automatic archiving of previous file versions – among the hassle of filing documents that you use is the process of saving and even retrieving files that you have overwritten. With OneDrive these issues are solved with the help of their automatic versioning and history of document revisions.
- Multi-factor Authentication – this boosts the security of OneDrive above and beyond a password. With a multi-factor authentication you can prevent any unauthorized access to your documents.
- Mobile Access – the idea behind a free online storage is the convenience of accessing your stored files anytime or anywhere you need it. With a mobile access, you can easily grab your stored documents with the use of your smartphone.
- Desktop Syncing – you can seamlessly synchronize your computer so you can work on the stored files even if there is no internet connection. Since it is easy to navigate, you don’t have to waste a lot of time figuring out how to use it.