Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft 365 Business
We use 365 Business in our every day operations pretty consistently throughout the day. We use this program to communicate, to share ideas, to share files, and to organize groups. The Skype feature is especially useful as we have lots of clients and collaborators who are offsite, and OneDrive helps us share files with these people.
- OneDrive is an easy and fast way to share large files.
- Very easy to share Microsoft files such as Excel and PowerPoint.
- Integrated systems with many of the applications we use every day.
- Frustrating that only very small files can be emailed.
- Outlook is complicated and messy to use.
- Mobile applications are not as smooth as desktop versions.
- Made transferring files very simple and easy.
- Made communicating with off-site clients and collaborators so much easier.
- Vastly increased the effectiveness and smoothness of editing documents by multiple individuals.
Dropbox is generally better at transferring folders and large files that can be organized and edited within the software. I find Microsoft 365 Business to be better at file storage and management than iCloud, but to be not quite as smooth and universally compatible as Dropbox or Dropbox Business. Overall I think it stacks up pretty well among competitors.
It is very good for sharing all things Microsoft. The integrated Excel, PowerPoint, and word features make it very easy to view, edit, and share those files across the web. The OneDrive account is also great for this, especially when dealing with Microsoft files. I find Outlook to be very clunky and difficult to use.