OneDrive for Business and SharePoint for Teams are included with Office 365 for Business. In fact, they complement each other; it’s ideal for small- to medium-sized businesses to set up both for better document management and collaboration.
Both are Cloud-based services that allow you to store, share and sync files from a number of devices with access to the Internet. Since you synchronize these files, anyone sharing a file can see the most up-to-date information (including comments and notes) using real-time collaboration.
The easy way to remember which is which: OneDrive implies “one user,” and SharePoint Teams implies “sharing and collaboration.”
Keep documents in OneDrive when you want to keep them private or control them before moving to a SharePoint team site.
OneDrive for Business is a place for you to:
It’s tempting to save all your documents into OneDrive, but you need to think about a project or document’s requirements. If you need others to collaborate to finish a project or document, then saving it to a SharePoint team site may be a better choice.
A SharePoint team site allows you to collaborate on files, documents and ideas with a full range of features, including document libraries, task lists, calendars, and workflows. To put it plainly, SharePoint is two-way communication between team members.
A team site is a place for you to:
This chart will help you decide which to choose:
Again, OneDrive is for the “me” side of your work library, and SharePoint Teams is the “we” collaboration side of work.