Sharepoint or Onedrive?
When do you store files in SharePoint, and when do you use OneDrive for Business?
I was having this perennial discussion yesterday and had a look around for an illustration. The photos I took make my point perfectly.
Sometimes you need to file documents properly – indexed, in the right place, where everybody knows where to find them, and maybe under lock and key. That’s what SharePoint is for.
But you also need a place for your ‘stuff’ – files that you’re working on, that nobody else will be interested in, and that shouldn’t be cluttering up the nice filing cabinet. That’s OneDrive.
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