What is One Drive?
OneDrive is a file hosting and “cloud” storage service developed by Microsoft. It is a place for users to store, sync or share files that are accessible to share with other people, and can be accessed anywhere on any device. OneDrive allows you to backup files, share files, collaborate on documents and sync files to your devices. This hosting service is offered in the Microsoft 365 package and on its own. OneDrive is offered online, offline and as an app to download. OneDrive app is compatible with Windows, IOS and Android devices. [More Information]
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File Storage & Sharing
Why use OneDrive?
Faculty and staff can use OneDrive to upload and save all their files from desktop or any other places, and be able to access it on other devices anywhere at any time, whether it’s on or off campus. OneDrive supports over 270 file types and is a great place to organize and store your files so you can have access them to anywhere on any of your devices.
How to use OneDrive:
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OneDrive is part of the Office 365 Package and available on it’s own.
- OneDrive is available on any deskop, laptop or mobile device that has internet access.
- Access to OneDrive does not require an IT Help Desk ticket.
- To use OneDrive, you must have a Microsoft, Office 365, or email account.