OneDrive down: 'We're having issues' admits Microsoft - UPDATED

Stuart Sumner
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Cloud storage and filesharing service offline for hours for many users

UPDATE: 11/08/17 23:00 BST - Microsoft is aware of the issue but doesn't appear to have a definitive fix in mind. Its latest update on its Office 365 Service health page is: 'Current status: We're ...

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