Microsoft Goes After Google, Dropbox Customers with Free OneDrive Offer

Microsoft has launched another campaign in an attempt to poach Google, Dropbox, and Box customers, offering free OneDrive storage for up to three years when switching to its own service.

Basically, the software giant is aiming for customers that are using cloud services of rival companies, and the offer is only available for those with an existing contract with any of the three companies with a minimum of 500 users.

Microsoft says interested customers can do the switch until June 30 this year, and in order to get more information, organizations need to contact Microsoft FastTrack. The company promises a smooth transition to OneDrive and Office 365.

And this is exactly what Microsoft is aiming for. By trying to bring customers of its rivals to OneDrive with this offer, the software giant hopes they could also get a taste of other services … (read more)

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