In this text we’d like to stress out some meaningful advantages of OneDrive for business compared to the normal one:
All OneDrive users automatically start out with a respectable 15 GB of free storage. You can get even more free storage in a number of ways, such as referring people, activating your camera roll, and joining Bing Rewards (a country specific perk, sadly). If you need a little more than that, you can get either 100 or 200 GB by choosing a plan that costs just a few bucks per month. Those that need upto 1 TB should look into Office 365 or OneDrive for Business.
If you use any of Microsoft’s Office suites, OneDrive can become an indispensable tool for getting the most out of them. Office 2013, Office 365, and Office Online all cooperate with OneDrive so that you can access your documents, spreadsheets, and slides from anywhere. You can even get 1 TB of OneDrive storage space per person or up to 5 TB per household when you sign up for Office 365.
While OneDrive is great for personal use, businesses should consider upgrading to OneDrive for Business for extra security and features. While it has all the features available in OneDrive, you and your co-workers will also get auditing and reporting, advanced administration for granular control, SSO/ADFS/Directory sync support, and built in standards compliance. The 1 TB of storage space is also pretty nice. (source)
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