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SkyDrive: Microsoft's Hard Drive in the Sky

By Eric Geier | Posted July 15, 2010
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If you have multiple offices, traditional network attached storage (NAS) may not cut it. You might have to take it to the cloud. You may find it easier to use online storage, so you can access your files from any location and share them with others. You might also find it useful for backing up your data, so you have an off-site backup location in case of a disaster or theft. PracticallyNetworked.com has the full story.


If you have multiple offices, traditional network attached storage (NAS) may not cut it. You might have to take it to the cloud. You may find it easier to use online storage, so you can access your files from any location and share them with others. You might also find it useful for backing up your data, so you have an off-site backup location in case of a disaster or theft.

Read the complete Microsoft SkyDrive cloud storage article.

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