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Microsoft Podcast | Ready Player OneDrive


The IntraZone: Ready Player OneDrive

The 10th episode of the TheIntrazone is published. A series of podcasts around SharePoint. In the 10th session you will hear all new and the history from OneDrive.

Mark Kashman – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [host],
Chris McNulty – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host],
Jason Moore – partner group program manager (OneDrive/Microsoft),
Stephen Rose – senior product manager (OneDrive/Microsoft) [guest]
Hans Brender – Cloud Productivity Specialist / MVP (Bright Skies) [guest]

And here you may hear the voices. Ready Player OneDrive. Have fun

TheIntraZone or TechCommunity
Apple Podcasts: https://aka.ms/TheIntrazone-iTunes
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OneDrive and OneDrive for Business | Android App

29. September 2014 1 Kommentar

OneDrive for Business, Microsoft OneDrive-Logo-300x94

Microsoft makes available not only on the iPad but also on Android OneDrive and OneDrive for Business, I should write a blog post. But I do not have any  non-Microsoft devices with me, and therefore I am dependent on foreign aid. I will start with an app on Android. And here you will see, that the consumer version OneDrive and the business version OneDrive for Business grow more and more together. One app and access to both areas.

Mark Kashman, Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, shows in a short video, how that works :

Mark Kashman: OneDrive and OneDrive for Business on Android

very beautiful: Mark speaks here on a personal area for the consumer version. It grows together what belongs together. OneDrive, the only place…

OneDrive und OneDrive for Business | Android App

29. September 2014 6 Kommentare

OneDrive for Business, Microsoft OneDrive-Logo-300x94

Nachdem Microsoft nicht nur auf dem iPad sondern auch auf Android OneDrive und OneDrive for Business zur Verfügung stellt, sollte ich auch darüber berichten. Da mir aber keine Nicht-Microsoft Geräte zur Verfügung stehen, bin ich auf fremde Hilfe angewiesen. Der Anfang also mit einer App auf Android. Und hier zeigt sich einmal mehr, das die Consumer-Variante OneDrive und die geschäftliche Variante OneDrive for Business immer mehr zusammen wachsen. Eine App und Zugriff auf beide Bereiche.

Mark Kashman, Product Marketing Manager bei Microsoft, zeigt in einem kurzen Video (in englischer Sprache) wie die App funktioniert:

Mark Kashman: OneDrive und OneDrive for Business auf Android

sehr schön: hier spricht Mark also von Personal für die Consumer Variante. Es wächst also zusammen, was zusammen gehört. OneDrive, der einzige Ort …

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