OneDrive is used to help organizations store files and documents. Learn how to use OneDrive for Office 365 with desktop PCs and Office applications.
OneDrive provides organizations with cloud space to store files and documents. The uploaded files and documents can be accessed and shared from any device. Learn how to use OneDrive for Office 365 with desktop PCs and Office applications.
How to Use OneDrive for Office 365 on Desktop
Remote work has become the new normal for businesses around the world. With people working from remote locations and across time zones, having access to important files at any time from any device is crucial. That’s where OneDrive, the powerful cloud storage tool for Microsoft Office 365, comes in.
OneDrive is a cloud-based file hosting service that enables you to upload, share, and synchronize your files online. OneDrive provides cloud storage options ranging in capacity from 5 GB to 6 TB, depending on the Microsoft 365 or OneDrive Standalone subscription. In a Microsoft 365 environment, OneDrive is also used as the main storage back-end for the Office web suite.
This blog post covers how to use OneDrive for Office 365 on PC and how to use OneDrive in Office