Personally, I’ve been using OneDrive for several years, and keep all of my development content there, so that I can keep my projects sync’d across all of my machines. I generally follow this structure:
Also, it’s important to backup all of your data, constantly. For this reason, I use SkyDrive, a second local hard drive and Windows built-in backup, and Carbonite for additional offsite storage.
Here are the perks and changes of the new OneDrive:
- OneDrive will come with 15 GB for free (up from 7 GB)
- All versions of Office 365 will come with 1 TB of OneDrive storage (up from 20 GB) – including OneDrive for Business (previously announced)
- We are dropping storage prices by over 70%
If you have an Office 365 Home subscription, add your household to it and each person will get Office and 1 TB of OneDrive storage (learn more)
All of these updates will take effect in the next month. For current OneDrive subscribers, you are all set. You’ll automatically be moved to the lower prices. For Office 365 subscribers we’ll automatically apply the additional storage to your subscription.