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Top 5 features of OneDrive for Business

If you use SharePoint and Office 365, you heard about OneDrive. The most frequent question I get from my clients and loyal blog followers (after “Where does my accent come from?”) is: “What is the difference between OneDrive and SharePoint?” Let me answer all these questions for you. First, my accent is from Russia. I emigrated to the US in 1993, when… keep reading >

3 reasons you need to understand SharePoint User Profiles

In case you are a SharePoint Admin for your organization and are not familiar with SharePoint User Profiles functionality, you probably need to spend some time familiarizing yourself with it and getting intimate with it. While you might not need to use the feature right away in your portal, you might/will need it eventually. There are a few reasons why you might… keep reading >

SharePoint vs. OneDrive mobile apps

SharePoint vs. OneDrive is one of the most frequent questions that comes up during the Training with my clients. I blogged about it and even published a corresponding video on the topic here. However, just like with SharePoint vs. OneDrive question in the desktop world, we have the same dilemma now with mobile apps. We have a SharePoint mobile app and a… keep reading >

How to access someone else’s OneDrive account

Here is a scenario. Your employee left or is about to leave the organization, but has left lots of valuable intellectual property in his or her OneDrive repository. Or, maybe someone just left on vacation and forgot to publish a very important Sales Proposal to SharePoint. The bottom line is – you need to access someone else’s OneDrive. With this post, I… keep reading >

Advantages and Limitations of using Office Online in SharePoint and OneDrive

One of the biggest draws of SharePoint Online and Office 365 is the ability to access the files anytime, anywhere. An added benefit, that in my opinion is somewhat of a revolution in the collaboration world, is the ability to open and edit documents in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint right in the browser. That means that you can work with those file types… keep reading >

5 must-have SharePoint and Office 365 Mobile Apps

If your organization is using SharePoint Online and Office 365, I am sure one of the core user requirements is an ability to access content via mobile devices. Historically, mobile access to SharePoint has been somewhat of a weak spot. There were a handful of 3rd party apps available, which did a decent job, but none were native Microsoft applications. There has been… keep reading >

2 ways to restore OneDrive for Business files from the Recycle Bin

With SharePoint, you never stop learning! I learn something new every single day. I wish I had all the time to share all the cool little tricks with you. But I am super excited to share this little trick I learned just recently. It is on a very exciting topic of Recycle Bins. To be precise, on how to restore OneDrive for… keep reading >

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