Differences Between OneDrive for Business P1 & P2
OneDrive for Business is personal online storage space in the cloud, provided for you by your company.
Sync files to your local computer using the OneDrive for Business sync client.
OneDrive for Business is included in SharePoint Online, and can also be purchased as a standalone plan or with Office 365 plans.
|Ample online storage space |
Keep all your files in one place, including files up to 10 GB in size.
|1 TB cloud storage per user|| |
5 TB of cloud storage
1 TB of cloud storage per user for subscriptions with less than five users
|Mobile app |
Get more done on your phone and tablet with the OneDrive for Business app for iOS, Android™, and Windows.
|Web-based access |
OneDrive for Business on the web provides a premium browser-based experience.
|Desktop synchronization |
Sync files across devices and access them anywhere, even when you’re offline.
|Offline access |
You can flag one or more files for offline access and then open them when you’re not connected to the Internet, ensuring access wherever you are.
|Secured sharing |
Easily share your files with colleagues, business partners, or customers. You control who can see and edit each file.
|Office integration |
Coauthor and collaborate on documents with ease, using Word, Excel, and other familiar Office applications.
|Data Loss Prevention (DLP) |
Advanced DLP capabilities allow you to identify, monitor, and protect sensitive information.
|In-Place Hold |
Use In-Place Hold to preserve deleted and edited documents.
Easily store, access, and discover your individual and shared work files in Microsoft 365, including Microsoft Teams, from all your devices. Your offline edits will automatically sync next time you connect.
Work faster and smarter with anyone inside or outside your organization. Securely share files and work together in real time using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint across web, mobile, and desktop.
Create, view, edit, and share files on the go with the OneDrive mobile app. Easily capture whiteboards and scan work receipts, business cards, and other paper documents for safekeeping.
Controls for security
Back up and protect your files with OneDrive. You can easily recover files from accidental deletes or malicious attacks and administrators can manage security policies to help keep your information safe.