Overall Satisfaction with OneDrive
OneDrive is integrated with Windows, and can automate saving of documents and files for sharing and collaboration. A nice idea, but often it is confusing to our users because it is not quite as easy and straightforward for tech illiterate folks as competing offerings from Dropbox. OneDrive makes it easy to have your files on many devices, and computers that you may use during the day. But it's just kind of clunky and some people don't even know they are using it.
- Integrated with Windows
- Lots of space for a reasonable cost
- Access files from almost any device you can log into
- They keep renaming the service, Cloud Mesh, Mesh Drive, OneDrive. Some people don't know what it is.
- It's kind of confusing and clunky because it starts asking you questions and most people have it turned on without knowing, )or off).
- Being associated with Microsoft means sometimes the product ties with Office 365 are a plus, but is also confusing for non Office users.
- Mostly a negligible impact due to many cloud storage options available right now.
- It's there, but the default space has dramatically dropped making it less usable overall.
- Our team likes having OneDrive as an option, but it's never the first choice when it comes to cloud saving.