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OneDrive for Business Security: The Mystery Is Solved
Over the past few years, organizations have gradually adopted cloud technologies for a wide range of business purposes. Usually, the cloud service utilized first is file storage. Cloud storage enables all business, from small to large, to control costs while ensuring high availability of their data. Two popular options for cloud file storage come from Microsoft: Microsoft OneDrive is for non-business customers and comes as part of its email services. OneDrive for Business is designed for companies; this Microsoft cloud file storage option is normally part of an Office 365 subscription. When choosing a cloud file service, organizations consider many factors, such as cost, data center locations, performance, storage capabilities and integration with other platforms. One critical topic that is often overlooked is the security of the platform. Too often, businesses trust these services simply because the vendor claims they are secure, when they really should check the available cloud security controls for themselves. Knowing how secure the data your business owns should be the number one criterion when choosing a cloud file storage service.
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