So why would you want to use SharePoint when Office 365 comes with OneDrive?
That, my friend, is a very good question.
As Microsoft moves more and more towards cross-platform integration, so there is a blurring of lines between some different products.
For instance, OneDrive is a highly adaptable online storage solution for a company’s employees. You can store, sync and share work-files, pictures, videos and so on. You can set different access permissions for different folders and access your files either in the office, on the road, or at home.
On the other hand…
SharePoint is essentially a team product, used by businesses that want to create internal websites and share documents and information with colleagues, partners, and customers on specific projects. You can use it as a secure place to store, organise, share, and access business information from almost any device. You can control ownership and permissions of sites or individual documents across a wide collection of people.
Whaddya mean that doesn’t really answer the question?
Well then, give us a call or drop us a line via our contact form and we can guide you through the complex maze of options and find out which is the best one for you.
Great thing is, if you want Office 365 with SharePoint, you can have it at a remarkably affordable monthly cost.
Want them as standalone products? Well. You can have that as well.
Gosh, but we do aim to please.