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OneDrive for Business

Overview: 

OneDrive for Business (ODFB) is a personal document library intended for storing and organizing your documents and other files. You can access ODFB anywhere, and use it to share files with others both within and outside of the University. You may store up to 1TB with ODFB, and you'll maintain access as long as you have an active St. Lawrence University network account.

Details: 

In addition to cloud storage features, OneDrive for Business (ODFB) allows you to use Office Web Apps. When you access ODFB via a web browser, you can create and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote documents without installing the applications on your computer.

OneDrive for Business vs. OneDrive

  • OneDrive for Business is part of Microsoft's Office 365 package which is a University-provided and managed service. You use your St. Lawrence University email address and password to access ODFB.
  • OneDrive is free to anyone with a Microsoft account. It is provided by Microsoft and managed by Microsoft. St. Lawrence University does not provide, manage, or support OneDrive.

Connect to OneDrive for Business

Quota and Usage

All St. Lawrence University users have a 1 terabyte (TB) quota for OneDrive for Business. This limit cannot be expanded. For more information see:

Restoring Deleted Files

Sharing Files and Folders

For additional information and training videos from Microsoft, visit http://aka.ms/learnOneDrive

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