Here are two key features to choose OneDrive:
Document Scanning to OneDrive
With document scanning it’s easy to create digital copies of paper documents, receipts, business cards or whiteboard notes, for example. All you need is a mobile device; simply scan the hard copy in question using your device’s camera. What’s more, multiple pages or documents can be scanned into a single, shareable PDF, making it easy to compile important information and stay organized.
OneDrive File Restore with 30-Day Accident Protection
Losing access to important business documents is a nightmare we’d opt to avoid at all costs. Unfortunately, risks do exist, including deletion, corruption and malware infection. Microsoft has addressed these risks with a new OneDrive feature called File Restore. OneDrive for business clients now offers File Restore to provide users with the possibility to undo changes or actions applied to both files and folders by restoring their OneDrive to a date within the previous 30 days, a guaranteed 30-day Accident Protection for your employees.
Imagine the unified sigh of relief your IT team will breath knowing this protection is in place. Not only does this provide peace of mind, but also lessens the burden on your IT department to help them make the more efficient. Previous to OneDrive File Restore, it was necessary for IT departments to backup each individual employee’s OneDrive account – an incredibly onerous undertaking, especially for smaller IT teams.
With File Restore, there is no need for the IT department to be involved. Microsoft keeps a 30 day back of each OneDrive account that can be requested directly by the user, no IT team involvement or troubleshooting required.
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