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In the last chapter, I discussed SharePoint Online and how it can help organize content around document libraries and sites at the organization level. In this chapter, I will discuss OneDrive, which allows content to be stored in Microsoft 365 and always available. OneDrive will allow you to store up to 1 (one) terabyte (TB) of content, which is then accessible from any Internet-connected device. OneDrive is geared toward the individual user, and there are two flavors currently offered by Microsoft: OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. I will focus on OneDrive for Business because it is included in your Microsoft 365 subscription, whereas OneDrive is targeted at consumers purchasing home subscriptions of Microsoft 365. For our purposes and discussion, I will refer to OneDrive for Business as just OneDrive.
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