OneDrive Common Sense
The OneDrive should have the capacity to upload up to 100 GB files, or atleast make it 50 GB. There are video files, and other types of files that are very large and there is a limit of 15 GB per file size for upload to the space, which is ridiculous in this day and age.
Secondly; The Onedrive should have the capacity to only download on demand for both Apple and PC products, I know there is something for PC products but I cannot afford to have a 1TB drive download onto my Apple or Notebook PC just for using it. That is so ridiculous its not even funny that MS has not implemented it already. If my hard drive only has 500 GB space, then how am i supposed to use OneDrive if its nearly full? Once files are uploaded, they should remain there unless they are being used, or the client must have the option to download a copy for offline use.
Third: There should be backups of the OneDrive upto 30 days, just in case there is an error and someone overwrites a major file, such as a video file, or document, or maybe if a corrupt version is accidentally saved. There should be some form of backtracking on a file to file basis for anything uploaded, so that not only is this OneDrive "back Date Able" but on a file to file basis and not just the entire drive. If its not practical then atleast have a setting whereby 2 previous versions are saved and can be "UNDOable" based on timeframe set by the users.