Spare a thought for all those workers out there who still have storage limits. A 200MB inbox for example. For a while now, Office 365 customers have been able to enjoy unlimited Exchange Online Archiving and 1TB of OneDrive for Business storage. But Microsoft likes to set limits that customer’s aren’t going to hit. Starting in 2015, all Office 365 customers will enjoy unlimited OneDrive storage at no additional cost. No specific timescales but every customer will be notified of their service changes.
The Office blog highlighted the change in October last year but we’re starting to see Office 365 consumer and commercial customers receive this upgrade.
One step at a time however, as the current limit on items within a OneDrive for Business library is 20,000, including files and folders.
[Update for May 2015 – the current limits of 20,000 files and 2GB per file will be removed in Q4 of 2015 when the next generation OneDrive synchronisation client is released. However a single file limit of 10GB looks likely]