Google Drive vs OneDrive

When it comes to purchasing storage space for your files, you want to make sure you get the best option.

Luckily for you, it doesn’t matter which option you’ve chosen with Dokkio, because we sync from Google Drive, OneDrive, Gmail, Box, Dropbox, Slack, Notion, and Microsoft Teams! That’s a whole lot of options.

But still, you want the most bang for your buck, so we’re here to help you decide.

The breakdown, summarized in bullet points from this article:

Google Drive:

  • File sharing + synchronization features
  • Ability to create, store, manage, and share documents across Google Workspace
  • Ability to code your own apps
  • Downloadable client able to sync folders directly from your desktop
  • Sync files across cloud storage for offline access
  • Downloadable on multiple different platforms and devices
  • Only accessible through web browsers on Desktop
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Google One: $2.99/month 200GB storage; $9.99/month 2TB; $99.99/month 10TB; $199.99/month 20TB; $299.99/month 30TB
  • Google Workspace: $6/month (Starter Plan); $20/month (Enterprise)

One Drive:

  • File syncing + collaboration features
  • Works with Microsoft Office
  • Downloadable across Windows + MacOS
  • Allows offline work
  • Real-time collaboration
  • OneDrive Basic: 5GB free storage; $1.99 per user/month 100GB
  • Microsoft 365: $6.99/month 1TB; $9.99/month 5TB
  • Microsoft 365 Business: $15 per user/month 1TB per user
  • OneDrive Business: cloud service without productivity platform; $5/user/month 1TB; $10/user/month unlimited storage

The best option is always to go with the one you feel more comfortable with. If you’ve been using Microsoft Word up until now and all Microsoft 365 Office productivity assets, you’ll probably be better off sticking to what you know, or the platform your company is using so that file types are shareable with your colleagues without any issues.

And again, no matter which platform you choose, Dokkio will still be able to organize it all for you for free, so feel free to try it out and see how much time it saves you at Dokkio!

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