OneDrive is online file storage that you can get to from anywhere.
If you use Office 365 you already have OneDrive for Business and knowing how to use it is a major benefit. It has a lot of really good features.
With OneDrive you are not restricted to your computer but can work on your documents anywhere on any device: mobile phone, tablet, Apple computer as well as PC.
Using OneDrive, you can more easily and securely share files or folders. You can restrict sharing to only certain people or set an expiry on the share. Sending a link to a file rather than a copy of the document itself solves the problem of people generating multiple copies of one document as they edit it.
OneDrive For Business works to protect your data with automatic backups. The technology keeps local hard drive space freed up so you can have immediate access to more data than your computer could store locally and that’s handy if you have a smaller capacity solid state drive.
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Keeping Control of Your Business with Microsoft 365
Microsoft 365 represents a complete shift in the way we interact with modern business computing. If you haven’t been introduced to it yet, now could be the time. Similar to the Microsoft Office desktop package that businesses have relied on for decades; Microsoft 365 does even more to provide the critical tools you need to modernize your business environment and take control of your business.
Built with the cloud in mind, Microsoft 365 allows you to access and modify your documents from any computer, tablet, or smartphone worldwide. These same cloud capabilities bring benefits to collaboration too. Groups and teams can work on a single document or group of files at the same time to maximize productivity and save time ahead of tight deadlines.
Safety, accessibility, and productivity are some of the amazing benefits Microsoft 365 has introduced to modern business. Each one has clear, but obvious benefits that can be applied.
This article breaks down the less obvious, but equally important aspects of Microsoft 365 that could apply within your firm. These features, unique to cloud-ready office packages, allow you to regain and maintain control of your business in any working environment.
Bringing You Additional Resources
There are times on projects where you need to collaborate with external contractors. Whether utilizing a skilled sales copywriter, data entry processor, or extra software developer; your business should be able to make full use of a boost in manpower when it needs it. To do this, you need to provide access to internal resources and systems.
A difficult balancing act comes from providing useful access without exposing confidential or sensitive data held internally. More than just personal preference, restricting access to sensitive data can be a key requirement of modern regulations governing business and commerce.
Rather than providing open access to everything you hold, Microsoft 365 makes it possible to share individual files or entire folders one at a time. Privacy settings give you the power to tailor the amount of system access you provide right down to the individual file.
Files can be protected with edit only or view only access to protect data against unintentional, malicious, or unauthorized changes. When the project reaches its conclusion, access rights for external users can be revoked to revert documents and files to internal staff access only.
Keep Everything Together in The Right Place
Making use of Microsoft 365 provides your business with a single, central platform for company communication and data storage. A unified system means less business time spent on staff training and getting to know the system.
Using a single system means your data is always located in a location where you know how to access it. Data transfer and file sharing are made easy for everyone across the firm. Simply modifying permissions or sharing links provides access to critical files to anyone with an authorized account.
Account Based Service
Microsoft 365 accounts-based services make reflecting the structure of your physical business in its digital systems simple and straightforward. Using your unique domain to identify your business, each staff member can be reachable to both internal staff and external firms.
For Example, firstname.lastname@example.org may be the address of your sales coordinator or financial director. Using a unique business-based address provides both a professional point of contact and useful account management system. It also provides a simple way to redirect enquiries within the company.
If email@example.com was the primary point of contact for suppliers to your business, vital emails might otherwise be ignored or lost completely when Jane is unavailable. Microsoft 365 services make it easy to redirect all emails sent to Jane’s address to firstname.lastname@example.org instead.
These simple but highly effective tools make sure you don’t miss vital communications from suppliers, contractors, or customers. This suite of tools gives you a competitive advantage to ensure queries never ‘fall through the cracks’ and your business retains a highly professional reputation.
Keeping in complete control of your business doesn’t have to mean sacrificing extra hours, laborious micromanagement, or building complex and costly systems. Microsoft 365 allows you to keep control of your business easily and without hassle.
You’ll be surprised at the difference Microsoft 365 can make to the way you manage your firm. Call us at 1300 795 105 today to help set you up and running using Microsoft 365 the right way.