With Office 365, you can share documents with people inside and outside your organization whether you are using a computer or mobile device. This video will show several ways to share documents but keep in mind that what you see in Office 365, depends on how your organization has set it up.
You can use a Team Site to gather information in one place. Team Sites can include document libraries, calendars, and list that you can customize. For example, you could use a site to coordinate a project you’re working on. You can put all the documents for your project in one place for your team can easily find and update them. Because the site is on line, your team can sign in to Office 365 and access it at work, from home, or on the road. If you have a phone or tablet with an internet browser, you can access documents that way too. Many mobile devices are supported including Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
You can also use SkyDrive Pro to store and share documents. Like there is for sites, there is a link to SkyDrive Pro at the top of the page when you sign in to Office 365. While you might use team sites for group related projects, you can use SkyDrive Pro to store things you are working on individually. In the latest version of Office, you can save documents directly to SkyDrive Pro or your Team Site,from with an office program such as Word. You can also synchronize the SkyDrive Pro library our Team Site folder to your computer. That’s really useful if you’re going on a business trip and need to get your documents. For both Team Sites and SkyDrive Pro, you and your organization can control who can sign in to see your documents. You can give access to your whole organization, restrict permission to just one team or even give someone outside your organization like a customer or partner access to a particular document.
This is just the beginning of what you can do with SharePoint and Skydrive Pro.