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MICROSOFT ONEDRIVE: Learn File Saving, Sharing and Collaboration on the Go (2022)

MICROSOFT ONEDRIVE: Learn File Saving, Sharing and Collaboration on the Go

English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B48NLLS5 | 138 pages | EPUB | 4.40 Mb

Are you an individual wishing you had extra computing resources? Do you require a cloud storage service that is free, economical, and at the same time super-efficient? Does your business deal with so much data with multiple employees that are required to work simultaneously? Is there a need for safe cloud-based storage that can be accessed both with and without an internet connection? Do you require a safe environment where your files or folders can be accessed anywhere and anytime? Or do you desire a secure cloud-based storage service where files can be shared with varying permission levels? Do you require a video and voice chat teleconference service that costs little to nothing? Then the Microsoft OneDrive storage service and Skype is your best choice to meet these needs.
Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage service works like an external hard drive with the difference that it is accessible via the internet and it also has additional functionalities. OneDrive allows you to work on several platforms and devices, making it possible to work on one computer, and then access your work on another computer. One of the oldest and most widely used videos and voice chat services, Skype uses the internet with features for videoconferencing, messaging, file sharing, calls to mobile and landline telephones, etc. Now to the fun part, Microsoft does not only provide personal accounts with OneDrive, there is also a provision for businesses that choose to use OneDrive for their cloud storage services.
Whether you are new to Microsoft OneDrive and Skype or have been using it for a long time, this guide will give you a solid foundation and background on the various functionalities and features packed in OneDrive, as well as the tools, resources, and abilities needed to move further to secure your files and folders both offline and online. Anyone without a background in cloud-based storage computing services is capable of navigating around and using Microsoft OneDrive with the lessons provided in this guide.
Here’s a peek at what this guide contains;
Setting Up OneDrive on a Computer
Download and Installation of Microsoft OneDrive
Maximum Storage Amount that can be Gotten with OneDrive
Turning on Two-Factor Authentication on OneDrive
OneDrive, SharePoint, and OneDrive for Business
About Skype and How It Works
Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Skype
Opening Documents in OneDrive with the OneDrive Desktop Version
Uploading Files to OneDrive
File Management on OneDrive
Saving Screenshots Automatically on OneDrive
Sharing Files in OneDrive
Resolving OneDrive Backup Issues on Your Computer
Office Online and OneDrive
SharePoint Online as a Service by OneDrive for Business
Integrating OneDrive with Other Features of Microsoft
Installation of OneDrive on Windows Using Windows Autopilot
Options for Management and Deployment of OneDrive for Business
Making Files and Folders in OneDrive Available Offline in Windows Versions 7, 8.1, and 10
This guide further requires an understanding and practicing reader to ensure all-around satisfaction. Working and walking with this guide would in no little way make you a guru, and not just any guru, but a guru of all Microsoft OneDrive resources and integrated services.