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OneDrive for Business is an integral part of Office 365, and it provides place in the cloud where you can store, share, and sync your work files. You can update and share your files with a limited number of people from any device with OneDrive for Business. You can even work on Office documents with others at the same time.

Each License includes OneDrive for Business which gives you access to up to 1 Terabyte of online work file storage and backup. This replaces all other cloud file sharing solutions like DropBox, Google Drive, and Box.net for your online storage and large file transfer needs.

NOTE: OneDrive for Business is different from OneDrive, which is intended for personal storage separate from your workplace. OneDrive for Business is also different from your Office 365 SharePoint team site, which is intended for storing team or project-related documents.

Step 1: Access OneDrive for Business Online

1. Go to http://onedrive.sauss.net to sign in.
2. Type your user name and password, and then select Sign in.
3. On the Office 365 Home page, choose OneDrive.
4. If this is your first use, click Next to view all options and complete setup

Step 2: Sync or Upload Files

Windows Domain Joined Computer may automatically backup each user’s Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Music and Video.

(Please email USSHelpDesk@uss.salvationarmy.org for more information)

If the automatic backup is not setup, the user can navigate to their “OneDrive – SAUSS” to place things directly in their OneDrive Folders.

 

Users may also upload files from your PC by dragging them from file explorer to the web screen, leveraging an upload button through the web screen, or dragging between folders using file explorer. If you have a MAC, use the upload button mentioned for the best experience.

Visit http://onedrive.sauss.net to get started

Step 3: Save a Document

You can save a document directly to OneDrive for Business from the Office application you are working in.

On Windows computers, you may save in your normal Desktop, Document, Pictures, Music and Video folders. If you see icons that indicate that your document or folder has been synced with a green check or blue cloud, your item is available in OneDrive for Business.

Step 4: Share with Others

OneDrive for Business allows you to share files and folders with others in the OneDrive web screen and in the Office application you are working in.

Note: OneDrive is intended for limited sharing with a small number of people. Location or Role / Department based sharing will be handled using SharePoint in the future.