Microsoft has supported both consumer and business OneDrive accounts in its OneDrive mobile apps for some time now. But thanks to a recent update, you can also use the OneDrive sync client in Windows 10 to access both account types too. Here's how.
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Today, Microsoft announced improvements and new capabilities in its OneDrive for Business sync, browser and mobile experiences, as well as new IT controls for administrators. These include updates to the Next Generation Sync Client that was released in December 2015.
Microsoft has announced how it will handle the storage plans for its OneDrive for Business customers. And a new OneDrive for Business sync client is available.
Microsoft today updated the OneDrive for Business experience on the web and on mobile. And it is introducing new IT controls and developer experiences too.
OneDrive for Business users, your nightmare is finally coming to a close: Microsoft announced that it has shipped a preview version of a new sync client.
OneDrive has released Shared Folder sync for all OneDrive users. So you can now sync folders that others have shared with you to your desktop PC or Mac.
I've started moving my most critical work-related documents to Dropbox, a paid service that is fast and reliable. Unlike, say, OneDrive, which is neither.
This year, Microsoft will deliver a unified sync client for both OneDrive for consumers and OneDrive for Business on PC and Mac. And in doing so, Microsoft will dramatically improve the capabilities of the currently lackluster OneDrive for Business client experience. If you have used both OneDrive for consumers and OneDrive for Business, you probably […]
In a session at Ignite this week, Microsoft explained how and when it will merge the sync engines for OneDrive and OneDrive for Business and then improve both services going forward. As previously explained, these changes will come after Windows 10 is completed mid-year, and some new features will likely not be implemented until 2016. […]
If you use both OneDrive and OneDrive for Business, you know that the latter, while built on a powerful and enterprise-ready foundation, lacks many useful features that are available in the consumer version of the service. This is going to change in 2015, and it all starts this month with some long-overdue improvements to OneDrive […]
In its drive to integrate OneDrive deeply with all of its core products, Microsoft has made the open and save operations in Office 2013 a bit ponderous. If you’re already syncing your OneDrive content to the PC—or if you intend to only use local folders regardless—you can configure various Office applications to open and save […]