Microsoft OneDrive

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OneDrive is an online storage service that allows you to upload, backup, create, view, edit, and share files with a 1 TB storage limit. By backing up your data in the cloud, it will remain safe if your computer is lost, stolen, physically damaged, or compromised.

As part of Microsoft Office 365, you receive 1 TB of storage in OneDrive for free. OneDrive will create a folder on your hard drive that is synced to the cloud. Since any files you put in this folder will be uploaded to OneDrive, you can access them from other computers and devices.

Audience

This article is intended for both IC-owned devices and personal devices.

Platforms

Microsoft Windows 10 1709 and newer; Apple macOS 10.13 and above; Apple iPhone; Google Android

Features

Back Up Documents, Pictures and Desktop Folders

Note: This feature is currently supported only on Windows 10 devices.

You can back up your important folders, such as your Desktop, Documents, and Pictures folders, on your Windows 10 device with OneDrive PC Folder Backup. This ensures that those folders and included files are protected and available on other devices. More on backing up folders on a Windows 10 device >

Files on Demand

Save disk space with OneDrive Files on Demand. Files on Demand helps you access your files in OneDrive without having to download all of them and use storage space on your Windows 10 and macOS device. Learn more about Files on Demand >

Share Files and Folders

You can use OneDrive to share photos, documents, files, and entire folders with people. The files and folders you store in OneDrive are private until you decide to share them. You can see who a OneDrive file is shared with and stop sharing at any time. More on sharing files and folders >

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Article ID: 627
Created
Wed 9/25/19 9:52 AM
Modified
Tue 11/3/20 3:32 PM