If you're a current Exchange Online or Office 365 user, you'll be seeing an increase in storage capacity from 25 GB to 50 GB. The upgrade is being rolled out right now, and by November it is projected to be complete. These new storage limits give Microsoft a substantial advantage over Google Drive, so if you were looking for a reason to switch, this might be what clinches it.
Via TechSpot, Microsoft's premium service plans receive unlimited email storage, but primary mailbox sizes are increasing to 50GB from the get-go for no additional charge. Current users will have to do nothing to enable the changes.
Those who already pay for Exchange Online Plan 1, Office 365 Small Business, Enterprise E1, Government G1, Education A2, and Midsize Business will all be seeing this boost in email space.
Are you still a faithful Google Drive user or could these upgrades act as an incentive for you to switch?