Sure, SkyDrive is aimed at consumers, but you'll find a couple of perks that will appeal to businesses. SkyDrive provides remote access to PC, Mac, Windows Phone, Android and iOS devices. Along with sharing files, you can create and edit Office documents on the fly using Office Web Apps; you don't need the Office desktop suite installed. The Web interface won't have all the features that the desktop version has, but it'll do the job for a quick edit. You get 7 GB storage for free, and at the far end of its pricing spectrum, 100 GB will cost you $50 a year. SkyDrive Pro, part of Microsoft SharePoint, meanwhile, acts as a personal library for business, with files up for grabs offline, and allowing automatic sync.