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Microsoft Teams is a unifying experience that brings together people, conversations and content—along with the tools that teams need—so they can easily collaborate to achieve more. It’s naturally integrated with the familiar Office applications and is built from the ground up on the Microsoft Office 365 global, secure cloud. This article will help you learn more about what Microsoft Teams is, how to use it, and how it will benefit you in your daily computing needs.
When you delete items from a SharePoint site, they're sent to the site's Recycle Bin, where you can restore them if you need to up to 93 days from the time they were originally deleted. Read on to learn how to undelete files within SharePoint Online.
This article will teach you how to use UA OneDrive for Business on Windows compatible devices.
This article will assist you with syncing SharePoint Online files to a folder on your computer where you can work directly in the Mac Finder, or Windows File Explorer to access the files even when you're offline.
"Now where did I save that file...?" It's a thought we've all had, typically followed by an agonizing length of time searching through files and folders trying to find the information you're look for. With disorganized files, finding anything specific can be like finding a specific needle in a haystack. One that you keep revisiting day after day. Read on to learn some tips and tricks for organizing your data storage.
There are many considerations you should take into account when you're saving the file you've been working on for hours. Most of the time we simply hit save, and call it a day. However, every file you create is different. Read on to find out more regarding storage options for individual, and group access, and a quick comparison between various storage services available to the university community.
Recommending a storage solution is more than simply considering which service offers the largest raw capacity to store data. All of the solutions provide a large amount of space to store content, what really matters is how easy is it to access and use the files we store. Read on to find out more about UAA's recommended cloud storage service.
By default, you own any file you create in or upload to Google Drive. You can transfer ownership of your Google files and folders to someone with a Google Account.