Before I go any further, make sure you download the Office 365 Admin app for your phone. It will give you immediate access to messages about changes and enhancements AND o365 health alerts. I have a serious crush on the app.
Now to answer you question:
We have a SharePoint Team site for a office that consists of employees scattered all over the state. They use it for storage.
People love the collaboration tools built into OneDrive that lets them edit a document together…even seeing their team members edits LIVE.
We have another SharePoint Team for a group who wanted a shared calendar, blog, shared documents and a discussion group. The ability to follow a topic is very exciting. Most of the group do not have domain accounts with us. They simply get a free Microsoft Account and they are off and running. We’ve created a handout that helps them set up their account AND it walks them through all of the resources in the team site. We ask them to post a reply to a topic and add an event to the calendar. The goal is to make them do everything so they are familiar with how things work. It is also helping to make the site actually lively.
I need to find the time to research Teams. Or, I need someone to explain it to me like a monkey because I’m so overwhelmed with work I’m not sure I’ll ever find the time to do my own research.
I also need to learn about which email groups are the best: Distribution groups, Groups or Outlook groups. But, again, I need someone to hand feed me the information.
We are trying to use Skype For Business for video meetings but sometimes it’s tough. The software is OK. The biggest problem is the skill level of the remote person. Sometimes they don’t even know their webcam or sound card is broken.
People who work from home are using OneDrive a lot. They upload a file and grab it from home. They like it better than using the VPN.
I’ve got the OneDrive app on my phone. It’s nice when I need to access a resource but not really interact with it.
I have a telecommuter who uses OneDrive for all of her storage.
I’d like to start creating video training and house it in Sharepoint.
I’d love our remote offices to use OneDrive instead of their hard drives for storage because I know they aren’t doing proper backups.