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Microsoft yesterday announced a new scheme were it is offering free OneDrive for Business for new customers switching from Box, Dropbox or Google. The company is currently offering the scheme for new customers who are already using other cloud services.

The Redmond Giant is trying to push its file storage service to make it easy for both businesses and personal users. The offer starts from February 6, 2018 and runs up to June 30, 2018.

The scheme being offered by Microsoft is only for organizations who are not currently using OneDrive for Business and Office 365 and who commit to enroll a minimum of 500 users from the organization.

Along with the offer the company is also letting the user to take advantage of the Microsoft FastTrack in order to make a smooth transition to OneDrive and Office 365. Microsoft have made lot of improvements to its OneDrive application by including real time co authoring within Office Online and the Office 2016 apps for mobile, PC, apart from providing support for File Restore feature for the convenience of users.

To name a few Microsoft OneDrive customers include some big IT players namely Accenture, DBS Bank and more who have adopted OneDrive to reduce cost and also improve the performance of the team and mobile productivity since OneDrive provides easy ways to manage and also protect your company data.

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