For various reasons I have storage in:
I can’t get rid of any of them. The short story is that for business purposes, each is needed.
Dropbox is my main gig for business storage and syncing.
iCloud is there for all things Apple.
I use Gmail [since it was offered many years ago, now]. Too, i have a ShieldTvPro box, and I use Google docs for business stuff.
One drive is there because, 1) Office, and 2) various business contacts use it for storage and sharing.
I have a grudge against OneDrive. I have an alienware R17 for investing and trading. [there are little to no true, legit futures trading apps for the Mac].
OneDrive is invasive on a Windows machine. If you’re not paying attention during setup it will ensnare the entire file system and you cannot remove it peacefully. This has caused me serious issues in the past. It interrupted some file paths of a few critical financial data market apps and essentially shut down my primary needs for a Windows machine. It is also coded to piggy-back back into the file structure on occasion. Some folks say this isn’t true but I know it damn well is. I’m not a coder but I know what code does, and I know certain things do not happen with repetition in the same way in various computer theaters without intent behind it.
But here I am with it, available in my Mac ecosystem.
I no longer use Word as my writer, but Pages.
I’m also willing to accept that despite my experience with OneDrive/Windows, it may be a different story on the Mac.
I have plenty of space elsewhere. When i personally use Microsoft products I do not store in OneDrive. But like I said, I do regular business with folks that do, and often have to receive shares from their OneDrive account.
Is there a cool Mac experience that requires OneDrive that I’m missing out on?
I recently moved my business case file management to DT. I haven’t started yet with sharing/syncing to devices, but I will at some point in the next few weeks.
Since I have to have a OneDrive account, does it offer the Mac user anything that the others do not?