OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage service and is used throughout Microsoft 365 tools for file-sharing and collaboration. All files you create or share on Teams and other Office 365 tools (e.g. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint online) are accessible from your OneDrive. You can easily share files and folders in OneDrive using the Share option. All CUNY employees have access to 1TB of cloud storage in their OneDrive for business.
How do I access my CUNY OneDrive?
OneDrive is available on the web at office.com and as a downloadable app for your computer and mobile devices. (OneDrive in pre-installed on most new Windows computers). Any files saved to your OneDrive folder are automatically synchronized across all computers with OneDrive installed.
Where can I learn more about OneDrive?
Training resources from Microsoft
- OneDrive video training library (follow the Work or school section since CUNY uses OneDrive for business)
- OneDrive help and learning site
Training resources from CUNY
- OneDrive – Getting Started (4 min)
- OneDrive – Anatomy (11 min)
- OneDrive – PowerPoint Online (12 min)
- OneDrive – Word Online (7 min)
How is OneDrive different from Dropbox?
OneDrive is tightly integrated with Office 365 applications and online tools. You can sign in to your OneDrive account from any of your local Office tools (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint). If you use Teams or any of the office tools online, you’re already using OneDrive. Learn more about the differences.