Office 2013 includes an enhanced version of Skydrive that integrates with next generation of SharePoint services. Currently, Skydrive is available as a way to bring all your personal files to the cloud, you can also use it to sync data across multiple machines running Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. With Skydrive Pro, you can setup your own online cloud storage for your organization and provision it so your employees can also store their files in the cloud and sync it across supported devices.
In this article, we take a quick look at how to setup Skydrive Pro.
Click Account and click Add Services then click Office365 SharePoint
Sign in using your SharePoint account. You should obtain this information from your System Administrator.
You will now see a list of services show up in the Account Backstage. You can start saving files to your SharePoint Team Site or you can copy existing files to your Skydrive Pro folder. See the following:
To save your document, click File > Save As then click the name of the documents folder on your SharePoint site, if not, click Browse.
Then click Save
Once your file is saved, you can now access it from your Office 365 account:
Click Sync and your files will show up in Skydrive library:
Your files will now be synced and updated.
You can also work on your documents in Office Web Apps.