kaiti.shelton at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 06:06:00 UTC 2016
Admittedly, I haven't used Microsoft's cloud service since it was
called Skydrive, but One Drive also has a desktop client which looks
like it functions similarly. It also has an app for IPhone and other
mobile devices, although again I can't speak to that. I think going
with either One Drive or Dropbox would be fine, but it looks like you
get 5 GB for free on One Drive whereas you only get 2 GB with Dropbox.
Dropbox will give you more space if you invite people and get them to
join (half a gig at a time), but unless you're able to invite enough
people to get above 5 gigs you might be better off using One Drive for
immediate gratification. HTH.
On 1/30/16, Jordy Stringer via Ohio-talk <ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> The version of office one uses makes no difference in terms of excess
> ability. There may be a few minor new wants differences depending upon which
> operating system one is running, but there should be no issue from what I've
> read that's far.
> Sent from the iPhone of Jordy D. Stringer
>> On Jan 30, 2016, at 11:44 AM, Kelsey Nicolay via Ohio-talk
>> <ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> Ok I guess I misunderstood. Sorry about that. Yes, she is sighted.
>> Would Office 365 also work if one of us has it?
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