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OneDrive training

OneDrive for Business is an integral part of Microsoft 365, it provides a place in the cloud where University staff can store, share and sync personal work files.

You can update and share your files from any device that supports OneDrive for Business this includes mobile devices, Mac, and PC as well as in a web browser. This will allow you to collaborate with colleagues and external partners in real time.

To learn more about OneDrive for Business and it’s intended use cases, please see our OneDrive page.


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Instructor-led workshops

Getting started with OneDrive [ITOD01]

Description: This workshop presents an overview and practical look at OneDrive and it’s features. It’s designed as an entry-level session, no prior experience with OneDrive or cloud storage is required. Guidance for staff is provided to enable best practice when storing personal work data.

There will be opportunities to seek advice, clarifications and ask questions about OneDrive and its features.

Facilitator: Jack Carver (Senior IT Training Analyst)

Learning outcomes:

  • Gain an understanding of OneDrive, it’s features and how to use it to store files and collaborate
  • Know your responsibilities for storing data safely and in-line with UK and EU legislation

Equipment: Please use your University-issued device to attend this training workshop.


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