This time I take a look at how to administer Microsoft Onedrive for Business. As well as offering a short but packed session on how to get the most of this great storage solution. This session is packed with tips, tricks and advice so that you’ll be able to not only manage, but secure your data and bring your skills to a whole new level.
This article focuses on administration and management exclusively for OneDrive for Business. We will cover advice and best practices from my extensive experience working with service ideal for system admins and those actively working with it on a daily basis.
For organizations running Office 365, OneDrive for Business is becoming the focal point for end users and cloud IT admins alike. It’s helping end users collaborate and giving admins additional capabilities to manage their tenant’s influx of data.
Although it wasn’t called ‘cloud storage’ the first concept of cloud storage was developed in 1983 by CompuServe. CompuServe offered a small amount of disk space to its customers so they could upload any files they chose. Since then big cloud services such as Microsoft’s OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox have launched with more robust features.