Overall Satisfaction with OneDrive
Since many of the files we send to our clients are large (over 10 mb), being able to 'share' with other people is very helpful.
- Since this software can run on your PC, it makes it very easy to drag and drop files for easy back up and file sharing needs.
- Files sync quickly and can be accessed online or from another PC.
- You can easily save and file into the OneDrive folder and it will be automatically backed up.
- Collaborative editing of a file is also a very nice feature.
- I wish I could limit the download/upload bandwidth that the program uses.
- I wish you could "right" click on a file and send it to the OneDrive folder.
- I don't like that for other people to access the files, they must have a Microsoft account.
- Being able to store large files in the cloud allows our business to save money on local storage costs.
- Being able to have multiple people work on the same file without having to email it back and forth saves the company money by decreasing the labor time people have to spend creating emails.
- There could be a problem with storing information in the cloud if internet service is interrupted and access is needed to a particular file.
We selected OneDrive because the software integrates well into the other Microsoft Office Suite products. OneDrive, gives you that 1TB of storage for less money than Google Drive does. Despite being a Microsoft product, OneDrive has clients for non-Microsoft operating systems, too, including Mac OS, iOS and Android. OneDrive's non-password protected link makes it easier for the receiver to view files.
We send files to our clients that are large (over 10 MB), and being able to 'share' with other people is very helpful. Clients can download files and upload new files to the shared folder. Once uploaded, they automatically sync to my folder. There is no longer a need to send large files via email.