The following new features are now available in SharePoint Online as part of Office 365:

◦ A 1 TB site collection limit for OneDrive for Business and team sites
◦ Infinite tenant storage scale

1 TB site collection limit increase for OneDrive for Business and team sites

A 1 TB will let you create large team document centers that teams can use without needing to introduce multiple websites and unneeded complexities. All SharePoint Online site collections can now have up to 1 TB of storage allocation. You simply assign the desired amount to the selected site collection in the SharePoint Online admin console.

OneDrive for Business provides a default 25 GB/user storage allocation. Your can now allocate more storage, up to 1 TB, to users in the following increments: 50 GB, 100 GB, 250 GB, 500 GB, and 1024 GB.

Infinite tenant storage scale

Office 365 and SharePoint Online have architected the storage to enable infinite storage scale for current storage needs and unlimited future needs.

Here is the default storage allocation for an Office 365 tenant:
◦ 25 GB of OneDrive for Business storage per user
◦ 50 GB of email storage per user
◦ 5 GB for each site mailbox you create
◦ 10 GB + 500MB times the number of users

If you need more storage than the default allocation, you can now purchase unlimited additional storage right from the SharePoint Online admin center at a cost per gigabyte (GB) per month.

If you are looking to move a portion of your storage from an on-prem environment to Office 365, please contact Kloud Solutions using the URL below:

http://www.kloud.com.au/contact-us/

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