53 votesTed Kull commented
I could not agree more. I have been using OneDrive (both Business and Personal accounts) and while the "Personal" version has made many improvements, what I really need is the business version to become rock solid so that I can roll it out to my office. As it is now, I cannot or I will see bunch of problems and complaints and staff will loose confidence and we will never have success. The fact is that a reliable solution that can stack up against Dropbox is all that is needed but seems to just not be happening. This is killing me because it is making one of the most attractive features of our Office365 subscription just not viable. PLEASE, PLEASE, FIX THIS. If Dropbox can do it I have to believe this is just a matter of focusing the resources and getting it done but, honestly what there is of the remaining market (existing customers) will not wait much longer and I am already considering other solutions that will cost me more money just so I can have something that will fulfill the promise of OneDrive for Business.
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