OneDrive and Google Drive are the cloud storage services part of the immensely popular and newly renamed Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace formerly G Suite. Picking the one that fits your organization the best requires careful examination of the essential requirements from cloud storage. Below is a concise table where we examine OneDrive Vs Google Drive, so you can pick the cloud storage that fits your organization best.
OneDrive Vs Google Drive
Let’ examine how OneDrive and Google Drive compare in terms of four parameters:
- Pricing Structure
- File Sharing Features
- Depth of Ecosystem
- Ease of Third-Party Integration
- Synchronization Capabilities
- File Recovery
OneDrive Vs Google Drive Comparison Table
We’ve laid out all the points of comparison so you can make an informed, data-based choice.
All the pricing listed is per user per month.
The editions offered include:
Google Workspace pricing options available are:
File Sharing Features
Ease of file sharing is of critical importance to collaborate across distributed teams.
Depth of Ecosystem
Cloud Storage comes packaged with many app-goodies.
The Google ecosystem is vast with applications for your business and collaboration needs.
More importantly, every Google Workspace edition includes apps such as Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Chat, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Keep, Currents, and Sites.
Ease of Third-Party Integration
Organizations need seamless integration with devices and apps
Cloud storage needs to easily interface and accurately synchronize with local storage.
SaaS data loss affects one in three companies. What are your options to recover deleted data?
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No matter which cloud storage you zone in on, SaaS data loss occurs frequently; affecting one in three organizations. Both Microsoft and Google caution that they cannot recover data from any point-in-time.
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