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Microsoft wants all your backups on OneDrive

Microsoft wants OneDrive to be the service that has you covered for backing up all your mobile phone data, regardless of OS.

CNET spoke with Chris Jones, vice president of Microsoft's OS services group, about OneDrive. Whether you're using an Android phone on a Mac, or an iPhone with a Windows PC, OneDrive is designed to have your data stored in the cloud and readily switchable between multiple devices.

It'll be interesting to see whether OneCloud marks the return of Microsoft's ubiquity in the way we deal with computers and data. Cloud backup and support for all your devices is certainly a good start.

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