OneDrive for Business is a file storing solution where users can store, sync, and share their files. It is also a platform where members of an organization can collaborate. We compiled OneDrive for Business user reviews from around the web and determined that they have generally positive ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
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OneDrive for Business Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Good
Customer Service: Good
OneDrive for Business Pricing
OneDrive for Business has three plans — Business Plan 1, Business Plan 2, and Office 365 Business Premium. They cost $60, $120, and $150 per user per year, respectively. The main differences between the plans are the storage limits, the inclusion of features such as data loss prevention, and the availability of apps such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
(Storage + Office 365)
Summary of User Reviews
What OneDrive for Business does well:
Users who left a positive review of OneDrive for Business said that it is great for users who have Microsoft Office, as the cloud storage solution is already integrated with the system. They like that it automatically syncs local files to the cloud storage, which allows them to access, edit, and share files from anywhere (as long as there’s internet connection).
What OneDrive for Business does not do well:
Users who provided negative feedback of OneDrive for Business said that it’s collaboration feature is not as synchronous compared to other similar software (like Google Drive).
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A user who gave OneDrive for Business a positive review on G2 Crowd said that he loves the software’s ability to synchronize libraries and files from his local machine to the cloud, which gives him the ability to access the live version of his documents wherever he is. He likes the convenience of not having to rely on his PC and having to carry it with him all the time. He also mentioned that the mobile app works well too.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
One user who left a review of OneDrive for Business on G2 Crowd said that although it offers a lot of useful features for collaborative work, it lacks flexibility in terms of synchronic working — for example, if a shared Word doc is being edited, no one else can see real time what’s being done on the document and files can end up having several conflicting versions.
OneDrive for Business User Reviews from Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful OneDrive for Business customer reviews. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
*Average Rating as of November 10, 2017