The problem is that One Drive (formerly known as Sky Drive Pro) will not sync with a Share Point 2010 server.The MS KB article 2904784 points out that if you intend to sync with a Share Point 2010 server then you must use Share Point 2010 Workspace for folder sync.You can upload files, share documents, create tasks and alerts, and manage users, providing you have access credentials to do so.** Update ** With the rebranding of Sky Drive Pro to One Drive for Business, this article is a bit outdated.When you switch from one workspace to another, to avoid confusing yourself, make sure you switch to the same workspace in both Team Explorer and Source Control Explorer.Executive Summary: Microsoft Office Outlook is a useful application for messaging, calendaring, and scheduling, but not as useful for document management.The result is that most users open Outlook first thing in the morning and shut it down only at the end of the day.Although email is great for applications such as integrated calendars and scheduling, it's not as good for uses like document and content management.
If you have pending changes, you can either check them in or shelve them.
Microsoft Outlook has long been the center of Microsoft's collaborative user experience.
Information workers rely on integrated messaging and calendaring to help manage their daily tasks.
I am writing this to answer some of the many questions I get when speaking on Share Point 2013 “What People want from Share Point 2013”.
Let’s start with the one everyone knows, Sky Drive.