Office 365 - When should I use OneDrive, SharePoint or Teams

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George Noi-Lartey, Senior Technical Learning Specialist, QA.

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Many organisations are adopting new ways of working and increasing digital literacy through cloud computing with Microsoft 365 implementation. There are three popular applications in the Microsoft 365 ecosystem: OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams. What is the difference between SharePoint and OneDrive? And where does Microsoft Teams factor in? Many people get confused about when and where to use these cloud-connected services. Join our fantastic free one-hour long session to discuss these. Target audience: This webinar is for any Office 365 user who wants to broaden their knowledge and explore how similar and what the differences are. About the speaker: George Noi-Lartey, Senior Technical Learning Specialist, QA. George is a Senior Technical Learning Specialist with over 25 years of experience in the Digital Productivity and Office Applications and IT training space. George maintains a high level of real-world speciality in Microsoft 365 Governance and Adoption projects and supporting organisations with their digital transformation programme. Join George, for this amazing free webinar where he will share some of his experiences on SharePoint online.

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