OneDrive for Business is still powered by SharePoint. If you're familiar with other cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box, then you're already familiar with the concept behind OneDrive for Business. The OneDrive for Business client is shown here.
OneDrive for Business is the aptly named business version of OneDrive. The consumer version is just called OneDrive.To use OneDrive for Business, you simply configure the sync client. When the client is configured, your files will be synced between your local computer and your cloud-based storage in Office 365. If you've never used OneDrive for Business on your Windows 10 computer, it will walk you through configuration when you open OneDrive for Business. You find OneDrive for Business under your Office 2016 folder on the Start menu.
If you have Windows 10, you already have the latest version of the OneDrive sync client. If you don't have Windows 10, you need to download and install the latest OneDrive sync client. You download Office 365 software by logging into your account at online portal.