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Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud-based storage service that enables you to store, share and sync your files, and to collaborate with others.

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Files stored in OneDrive can be managed via a web browser or dedicated app, you can also sync local folders from your device to the cloud storage. OneDrive is best suited for sharing with small groups of people, if you wish to share with a wider audience then a SharePoint site might be more appropriate.

OneDrive features:

  • 5TB storage space
  • Large file uploads up to 100GB supported
  • Integration with Office365 apps and Microsoft Teams
  • Files on Demand reduces local storage space use

How to access OneDrive:

For Linux there are no official Microsoft OneDrive clients and UIS are unable to provide support or assistance for third-party clients. Linux users can acces OneDrive via a web browser.

Help pages:

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