Are you tired of emailing back and forth when editing documents? Do you wish you could work on documents with others, online, in real time? Wouldn’t it be nice to never have to worry about running out of storage space on your devices? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Cloud Storage with OneDrive may be perfect for your needs. Available at no cost through the Department of Information Technology, these options allow you to manage your documents, notes, media, and more—in one space.
Whether you’re a student working on a group project, a professor wanting to share documents with your class, or a staff member looking to access files when working from home, OneDrive lets you share files between people, devices, and locations with a simple drag-and-drop interface. You can even set permissions to restrict individual’s access to edit/delete files or view only.
OneDrive also enables you to mark files for offline use, so even when you aren’t connected, you can continue working on your files. Your changes will then sync the next time you connect to the internet.
To enter OneDrive launch the desktop app on your laptop or log into Office.com with your Seton Hall email address and password. Locate and click the OneDrive app. You can also take your files on the go with the OneDrive Apple iOS or Google Android app.
No matter which option you choose, you always have a secure online collaboration tool at your fingertips. What’s more, should a device break or become lost, your files will remain safe in the cloud.
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