On-premises users may, or may not, be aware the new OneDrive for Business doesn’t actually work with in-house SharePoint. Easier365 works great with SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2016, Office 365 and everything else in between.
“Metadata”, “File Properties”, “Columns” … whatever you call it, call it “non-existent” if you use the new OneDrive for Business. Easier365 lets you sync metadata, update and display it offline.
You thought it was OK to delete your local files in OneDrive? Think again. You just deleted those files from SharePoint too. But relax, Easier365 gives you full control with Read/Write and Delete settings.
Collaboration is great, but if your work gets overwritten every time a colleague makes a change, collaboration becomes ‘confrontation’. Easier365 eliminates that by having offline versioning.
Need to leave the office now but conflicts in OneDrive for Business Next Generation holding up the sync? Easier365’s Content Manager™ uses a ‘Sync First; Resolve Anywhere’ concept to give you total file-sync freedom.
We make sure we don’t slow down on massive sites thanks to our multi-threaded sync engine. 200,000 files of data or more? Easier365 will churn through that data no problem.
OneDrive for Business works seamlessly in the Windows Explorer interface; you barely know it’s there… until you get a sync error! Easier365 has its own dedicated UI for total visibility over 'who synced what'.
New OneDrive for Business users will have to wave goodbye to Views. Easier365 can add extra columns, and sort and filter files via your metadata.
If you’ve taken the time to configure Content Types in SharePoint, you’ll not be pleased to hear that OneDrive for Business doesn’t support them. Easier365 supports Content Types offline.
Easier365 syncs all the way down to the file level, meaning you can sync one file in a folder of 500. That’s simply not the case with OneDrive for Business, only reaching the Library or Folder level.