Amazon WorkDocs vs OneDrive


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Amazon WorkDocs
Amazon WorkDocs is a fully managed, secure enterprise storage and sharing service with strong administrative controls and feedback capabilities that improve user productivity. Users can comment on files, send them to others for feedback, and upload new versions without having to resort to emailing multiple versions of their files as attachments. Users can take advantage of these capabilities wherever they are, using the device of their choice, including PCs, Macs, and tablets.
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OneDrive
Tools for online file/docs storage and collaboration. Contains Web versions of Microsoft office editors (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote). Excel web version allows simultaneous document editing in real time. OneDrive alternatives for enterprise are: Box, Office 365, Sharepoint.
Comparing Amazon WorkDocs vs OneDrive is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like OneDrive has more user-friendly interface than Amazon WorkDocs because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots


To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that OneDrive is more popular than Amazon WorkDocs

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- Microsoft gives Apple Users OneDrive For Business Access (in 2015)
- Amazon adds new syncing feature to enterprise cloud storage Zocalo (in 2014)
- Office 365 gets unlimited OneDrive storage. (in 2014)
- OneDrive unifies access to business and personal files (in 2014)
- Amazon launched enterprise file-sharing service Zocalo (in 2014)
- Microsoft OneDrive gives 15 Gb for free (in 2014)
- Microsoft renames SkyDrive to OneDrive (in 2014)
- Microsoft launched SkyDrive for Android (in 2012)
- New Office Web Apps add mobile touch interface, real-time collaboration (in 2012)
- SharePoint 2013 will include SkyDrive Pro (in 2012)

Looks like OneDrive was recently more active than Amazon WorkDocs (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which Amazon WorkDocs and OneDrive meet head to head:

2014 - Microsoft OneDrive gives 15 Gb for free to win over Amazon WorkDocs


Microsoft increased the free limit of cloud storage in OneDrive to 15 Gb (previously was 7Gb). If you want more storage capacity, you can now pay $1.99 monthly for 100 gigabytes. The company will also now offer free 1Tb to all Office 365 customers. For example, Office 365 Personal costs $6.99 monthly and now it comes with almost unlimited storage. If compare this to competitors: Google Drive provides 25 Gb free and offers almost similar pricing, charging $1.99 a month for 100GB and $9.99 for 1TB. Apple grants 5GB free, charging $0.99 a month for 20GB. There is no 100GB option, but at 200GB, the rate is the same as OneDrive's, at $3.99. Amazon Cloud Drive gives 5 GB Free and offers 100 Gb for $4.1 per month. So OneDrive's price cut is not a big problem for giants, but further puts the pressure on third-party services such as Dropbox and Box.