…and management features to the enterprise
In today’s digital workplace, the amount of content produced is growing exponentially, and working relationships change by the day. To maintain productivity in this environment, it’s essential that people can easily access and collaborate on team files in and outside their organisations from anywhere, on any device. Several new capabilities in OneDrive for Business that make it easier than ever to sync, share and collaborate on all your files in Office 365.
Sync all your files anywhere, anytime across PC and Mac
Organisations have been using the latest OneDrive client to reliably sync their OneDrive files to their PCs and Macs since its debut over a year ago. However, much of the team content they are collaborating on exists in SharePoint Online team sites and OneDrive folders shared by others. OneDrive has the ability to sync SharePoint Online team sites—including files used inside Microsoft Teams and OneDrive folders—shared by others across PC and Mac platforms. Now you can work with all your Office 365 files just as you would files stored on your PC or Mac—even when you are offline.
Simplified file sharing in and outside your organisation
Collaborating on content is predicated on successfully sharing content with others. The OneDrive team is committed to making this process as simple as possible even when the user is outside your managed organisation.
Empowering administrators to manage with confidence
To help IT admins better manage sync and sharing capabilities, Microsoft are rolling out the new OneDrive admin center. The admin center controls how and from where a user will access the files in OneDrive—that is device, location and app.
OneDrive for Business customer momentum
Office 365 continues strong growth with over 85 million commercial monthly active users. Many of these customers are moving to OneDrive for Business from on-premises file shares and other cloud-based solutions to empower their employees to intelligently discover, share and collaborate on files.
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