Google Drive vs. OneDrive: Which one is better for your business? | ZDNet

Moving your shared business files from a local server to the cloud does much more than simply eliminate the headache of managing local hardware. It also enables scenarios that are difficult or impossible to realize using your own private servers.

A well-managed cloud storage service ties directly into the apps you use to create and edit business documents, unlocking a host of collaboration scenarios for employees in your organization and giving you robust version tracking as a side benefit. Any member of your organization can, for example, create a document (or a spreadsheet or presentation) using their office PC, and then review comments and changes from co-workers using a phone or tablet.

Source: Google Drive vs. OneDrive: Which one is better for your business? | ZDNet