OneDrive

OneDrive provides secure, easy-to-use storage space that’s accessible from any device, even when you’re offline. Data stored in your OneDrive is only accessible to you by default; however, you can choose to share data with anyone, including people outside of Seattle University. Learn about how to get started with OneDrive.  

P:Drive Retirement project FQ20 through WQ21

Information Technology Services is moving personal file management to OneDrive. All P:Drives will become read-only and a copy of your P:Drive folder and its data will be moved to your personal OneDrive. You will continue to have read-only access to your P:Drive, but will only be able to make changes to documents and save new files on OneDrive. IT Services is no longer offering P:Drives to new users.  ITS will begin migrating P:Drive data into OneDrive; this work will occur in phases, starting at the end of Fall Quarter 2020 and completing in Winter Quarter 2021. 

What's the Difference? OneDrive, Teams, and SharePoint

OneDrive is your personal document storage, and you may choose to share OneDrive content with others.  A Microsoft Teams site is a communication & collaboration tool for working groups of any size, and takes advantage of SharePoint technology for document storage.  A SharePoint site is designed for long-term document storage and sharing visual content with large audiences.  Learn more about the difference between OneDrive and SharePoint.

OneDrive Training