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Presntation given at the MVP ComCamp 2014 in Sydney

Presntation given at the MVP ComCamp 2014 in Sydney

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  • 1. #MVPComCamp
  • 2.  OneDrive – Storage – Apps  OneDrive for Business – Storage – Apps  Conclusion < Lots of demos > 2
  • 3. 3  Think of OneDrive always in 2 parts: – Consumer vs Business based storage – Web vs Local storage  I will therefore categorize as: – OneDrive Consumer – OneDrive for Business
  • 4. 4  www.onedrive.com  Requires Microsoft account for access – What is a Microsoft account? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-live/sign-in- what-is-microsoft-account
  • 5. 5  Cloud Storage = 7GB free  Purchase additional 200GB  Maximum file size = 2GB  ‘Smart files’ with Windows 8.1  Includes Office Online to view and edit Office documents  Comparisons - https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-au/compare/
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  • 11. 11  Free versions for Windows, MAC, iOS, Android  Local program to allow easy access to OneDrive Consumer  Provides background sync of files to cloud on PC systems
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  • 14. 14  Part of SharePoint Server 2013 – On premises – Office 365  Office 365 = 25GB per user – Designed as replacement for personal drives – Can be scaled to 1,024GB per user – Versioning automatically enabled  Basically a personal document library
  • 15. 15  Includes Office Online for viewing and editing Office documents  Can use OneDrive consumer and OneDrive for Business on same desktop  A standalone plan will be available from April 1
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  • 19. 19  Free versions for Windows, MAC, iOS, Android  Local program to allow easy access to OneDrive for Business  Provides background sync of files to cloud on PC systems  Can sync any SharePoint 2013 document library to local machine  Only delta changes for Excel, Word and PowerPoint are sync’ed
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  • 23. 23  2GB per file size limit  Sync limits: – 20,000 items in OneDrive for Business library including files and folders – 5,000 items in site libraries, including files and folders – Certain file type are blocked – 5 million items within a document library
  • 24. 24  OneDrive is about storage  OneDrive consumer is free  OneDrive for Business is part of SharePoint 2013  Both can sync to a Windows desktop
  • 25.  Questions / queries? 25
  • 26.  SharePoint Online blocked file types - http://office.microsoft.com/en- au/office365-sharepoint-online-small-business-help/types-of-files- that-cannot-be-added-to-a-list-or-library- HA101907868.aspx#_Toc355959797  Smart files in Windows 8.1 - http://blog.onedrive.com/have-all-your- skydrive-files-with-you-without-using-all-your-storage-or-bandwidth/  SkyDrive Pro increases storage and ease of sharing - http://blogs.office.com/2013/08/27/skydrive-pro-increases-storage- and-ease-of-sharing/  Solve Problems you are having with OneDrive for Business sync app - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-sharepoint-online- enterprise-help/solve-problems-youre-having-with-the-onedrive-for- business-sync-app-HA104047973.aspx 26
  • 27. 27 Robert Crane