OneDrive service description
OneDrive for work and school accounts is online storage space in the cloud that's provided for individual licensed users in an organization. Use it to help protect work files and access them across multiple devices. OneDrive lets you share files and collaborate on documents, and sync files to your computer. Learn more about OneDrive features, functionality, and pricing.
OneDrive is included in Microsoft 365 and Office 365 plans, in SharePoint plans, and can also be purchased as a standalone plan.
For detailed plan information on subscriptions that enable users for Microsoft OneDrive, see the full subscription comparison table.
The following table lists the major OneDrive features available across plans. Certain caveats apply. See the footnotes for further information. This table may change without notice. For the most up-to-date, complete list of features, see OneDrive service description.
|Feature||Stand-alone plans||Small business||Enterprise||Education||Government||Nonprofits|
|Sharing and collaboration features||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|IT admin, security, and compliance features||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
1 For information on OneDrive storage per user, check OneDrive in the Modern Work Plan Comparison.
For technical information about OneDrive, check out the following resources:
- Microsoft OneDrive Blog
- For most subscription plans, the default storage space for each user's OneDrive is 1 TB. Depending on your plan and the number of licensed users, you can increase this storage up to 5 TB. For more information, see the Core features in Compare OneDrive cloud storage pricing and plans.
For licensing terms and conditions for products and services purchased through Microsoft Commercial Volume Licensing Programs, see the Product Terms site.
To keep track of upcoming changes, including new and changed features, planned maintenance, or other important announcements, visit the Message Center. For more information, see Message center.