Compare OneDrive vs ownCloud
Read a full OneDrive comparison with ownCloud and learn how ownCloud enables you to securely share files and folders within your organization. Microsoft OneDrive is part of the Microsoft 365 cloud offerings. Individuals and businesses can book online storage space and use cloud file storage as part of the Microsoft ecosystem. Microsoft products are not open source and can only be operated in Microsoft data centers. This raises problems with data sovereignty, but also, more specifically, difficulties with compliance regarding data protection regulations. Learn more about the differences between ownCloud and OneDrive:
On-premises, Hybrid, Cloud
Your datacenter or hosted in Germany
At Microsoft in Europe or USA
Unlimited for on-premises
1TB per user
Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Windows, Mac OS
Microsoft Office Online Server,
Collabora online, ONLYOFFICE
The best choice for enterprise file sync and share: ownCloud
Open-source file sharing for security and transparency
ownCloud enables you to comply with privacy regulations
You choose where your data gets stored
Commitment to open standards
Users prefer ownCloud to competing products
Trusted by 100 million users worldwide
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ownCloud lets you own your cloud. Controlling your own data, while enjoying much of the benefits of the likes of dropbox or onedrive. Ability to link mobile phones and sync contacts and calendars. File/folder sync between devices.