Sync Up – a OneDrive podcast : Episode 12, “Back to school with OneDrive”
Published Aug 26 2020 05:09 PM 4,008 Views

Sync Up is your monthly podcast hosted by the OneDrive team taking you behind the scenes of OneDrive, shedding light on how OneDrive connects you to all your files in Microsoft 365 so you can share and work together from anywhere. You will hear from experts behind the design and development of OneDrive, as well as customers and Microsoft MVPs. Each episode will also give you news and announcements, special topics of discussion, and best practices for your OneDrive experience.


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Episode 12, “Back to school with OneDrive” focuses on remote learning and how OneDrive and Microsoft 365 play a critical role in helping students and teachers stay connected and engaged. This month co-hosts Ankita Kirti and Jason Moore talk with Erdina Francillon, who is a Microsoft 365 Education Solution Specialist and is supporting universities and school districts with their modern work and learning needs. She helps us with guidance on the transition to remote learning and sheds light on how Microsoft 365 empowers teachers, students and admins to communicate broadly, share and find information and assignments quickly and easily, and collaborate seamlessly .

This month's special topic is the importance of recharging ourselves for work and life outside of work.
Also, hear about everyone's most memorable childhood cartoon -- just in time for after-school.


Tune in!



Meet your show hosts and guests for the episode:





Jason Moore is the principal group program manager for OneDrive and the Microsoft 365 files experience.  He loves files, folders, and metadata. Twitter: @jasmo 

Ankita Kirti is a product manager on the Microsoft 365 product marketing team responsible for OneDrive for Business. Twitter: @Ankita_Kirti21

Erdina Francillon is a Microsoft 365 Education Specialist supporting universities and school districts across the MidAtlantic with their modern work and learning needs from identity, security, collaboration, automation and of course storage. She loves helping customers envision future of work. Twitter: @erdinaf



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As you can see, we continue to evolve OneDrive as a place to access, share, and collaborate on all your files in Office 365, keeping them protected and readily accessible on all your devices, anywhere. We, at OneDrive, will shine a recurring light on the importance of you, the user.  We will continue working to make OneDrive and related apps more approachable. The OneDrive team wants you to unleash your creativity. And we will do this, together, one episode at a time.


Thanks for your time reading and listening to all things OneDrive,

Ankita Kirti – OneDrive | Microsoft

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