Tuesday 9/26 – Can I get a side of OneDrive for Business with my SharePoint?
When working with Microsoft collaboration tools there is always a lot of conversation about what to use when. SharePoint and OneDrive for Business are best served together in Office 365. In this session, we walk through OneDrive for Business and the capabilities for collaboration and how they relate to your overall SharePoint solution.
Another pre-happy hour show in the big Expo center…
Why does every AV expert at these things have a goatee and man bun?
OneDrive = my files
SharePoint = our files
Most users start creating content in OneDrive. Users control all of their OneDrive content. All of the content lifecycle happens within OneDrive, controlled by the OneDrive user. Content created in OneDrive will remain in OneDrive by default.
SharePoint content is under control of all members of the SharePoint group. The site admin is ultimately in control of the content lifecycle.
Use OneDrive for:
- Private files
- Limited access (share with only individuals)
- No other place to put it (no logical SP location)
Rule of thumb: start in OneDrive.
Sync Client – syncs files from both OneDrive and SP.
Moving files between OneDrive and SP is not a feature yet, you have to use Copy. 500MB is the file size limit within the browser.
http://greatriverenergy.onedrive.com is the direct URL to out OneDrive.