OneDrive for Business is a cloud storage service provided by Microsoft as part of Office 365 and is included in ITD's Office 365 service offering.
You can access OneDrive for Business by either visiting https://onedrive.live.com or https://portal.office.com and logging in using your NDGOV credentials. Once logged in, you have full access to add, edit, and delete files.
Similar to other cloud storage solutions, Microsoft offers a OneDrive for Business sync client that can be installed on your computer. The sync client stores a local copy of all your OneDrive for Business files and syncs changes made to your files. Links to the current version of the sync client and installation instructions can be found on Microsoft's OneDrive download page.
Even without the sync client, once your agency is using Office 365 you will see a new location to save files to when using Office desktop apps. If you wish to save files to your OneDrive for Business account, select "OneDrive - State of North Dakota" from the "Save As" menu in the desktop app.
OneDrive for Business can be accessed from phones and tablets through the OneDrive app, which can be downloaded from Windows, iOS, and Android app stores. Without the dedicated OneDrive app installed on your device, you can still access and edit files stored on OneDrive for Business through other Microsoft Office apps (i.e. Word, Excel, etc.) if you enter your NDGOV credentials (email@example.com) into the app. For example, if you install the Word app on your device and enter your NDGOV credentials that app will be able to access Word documents stored on OneDrive for Business even though you have not installed the dedicated OneDrive app. Complete instructions can be found on the official Microsoft Office 365 mobile setup help guide.
The Microsoft Office 365 suite is a subscription service agencies can purchase through ITD.