Microsoft SkyDrive: Improved Touch and Sharing Permissions

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SkyDrive users will now have a better indication of who they shared documents with including who currently has access to those files. SkyDrive will also now feature improvements for users on touch devices with much better drag-and-drop support for all device types. Microsoft is also making several back-end updates that will make SkyDrive faster and more reliable. Read the full story here.



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