The Microsoft SkyDrive iOS app is easy to use on the iPhone. Will Kelly highlights some of its useful features.
"Mobile access isn’t usually the primary mode of access to a cloud storage service like SkyDrive, but it can sure come in handy if you find yourself away from your PC and need to access a file. It’s also easy to share information via an email link for those times when you need to send or resend a file."
Microsoft launches bid to compete with Apple in tablet market with new devices that will run versions of forthcoming OS...
KF: Too little, too late? Will be interesting to see how they approach marketing this. I suspect enterprise deployments may be their most lucrative if they can build belief that this will be a quality addition to a Windows SOE. Sadly, the "Surface" name ressurects memories of their Space Invader tables of a few years ago...
"It makes use of cloud computing by storing documents and settings on the internet by default, and is compatible with touch screens widely used in tablets. It also incorporates Skype, the video-calling service Microsoft bought for $US8.5 billion in 2011."
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