Extend Windows Explorer so that it integrates with Windows Azure Storage
Why pay for 3rd party tools when we could use a built-in Windows application? Windows Explorer is the most natural way to utilize the storage services of Windows Azure. Drag and drop files to copy them between the local file system and blob storage; use a custom view to display/edit tabular data in table storage and messages in queue storage.
Even my client required the same functionality for connecting Azure blob, Drive with Windows Explorer as all the end user already familiar with Windows Explorer.
Better yet, why stop at Windows Explorer, a drive mapping feature like the one offered by Gladinet Cloud Desktop (http://www.gladinet.com) would be nice. There is a drive letter, the drive can be accessed from both Windows Explorer and command line (cmd.exe). When you do a drag and drop or copy files x:\, the files are copied from local to Azure Blob Storage or vise versa.