Posts tagged "OneDrive"
The advent of cloud storage has meant that there is now a confusing array of locations to store our electronic documents. It’s often hard to know what’s the most suitable place, especially at work.
In my previous Office 365 posts I have explained what Office 365 is and how to easily share documents with others.
Today, we’ll be looking at how to collaborate on documents saved to OneDrive Nottingham Trent University.
Did you know that the option to upload files from OneDrive – Nottingham Trent University is available when adding resources to the Content Tool in NOW, helping to make resources available quickly regardless of where you are working from.
Have you heard about the Centre for Professional Learning and Development’s (CPLD) new event: Getting to Grips With Office 365?
It’s suitable for all NTU colleagues, and looks at the essentials of Office 365 including:
What is Office 36
In my previous Office 365 posts I have explained what Office 365 is and the difference between OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.
In my last Office 365 blog post, I mentioned that OneDrive and OneDrive for Business are the names of the cloud storage* areas which come with Office 365. (*Cloud storage is a way of saving information safely and securely to the web.
Here at Nottingham Trent University, we’ve been rolling out Office 365 for our staff.