OneDrive is the Microsoft cloud service that connects you to all your files. It lets you store and protect your files, share them with others, and get to them from anywhere on all your devices. When you use OneDrive with an account provided by your company or school, it's sometimes called OneDrive for Business.

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Pinned Article Handling remote work files for Record Management

Record management considerations for remote work.

Pinned Article Introduction to OneDrive for Business

Did you know you have 1 TB of file storage at your disposal with Office 365? Like other cloud storage services, OneDrive let"s you upload, organize, and share files and folders --all from your Office 365 account.

● Troubleshoot OneDrive Sync Error

Reset OneDrive to resolve some file sync errors.

Change permissions so people I have shared files with in OneDrive can edit

This is a step-by-step guide to change the permissions of folders and files that you have previously shared but found that other users cannot edit because they were shared as read only.

Get started with OneDrive

How to save files to OneDrive online.

Move files from Dropbox to OneDrive

Step-by-step instructions to move your files and folders from Dropbox to your computer and then to OneDrive.

OneDrive Restrictions, Limitations, and Troubleshooting Tips

OneDrive Restrictions, Limitations, and Troubleshooting Tips.

Preparing for your new or rebuilt UND-owned computer

How to transfer your data to a new or rebuilt UND-owned computer.

Share files and folders in OneDrive for Business

Steps to share folders and files using OneDrive for Business.

Storage limit for OneDrive for Business

The storage limit for OneDrive for Business is 1 TB.

Sync "Shared with me" OneDrive for Business folders to your local computer

Add a folder shared to you by someone else to your computer OneDrive