I have a desktop computer at work running Windows 8.1 Pro. For logging in I use a domain account and I have logged in with my Microsoft account to get access to my Onedrive and syncing of email accounts and such things. I'm the only one using the computer.
Everything works the way I want, but I'm wondering a bit about security in relation to my personal data. I assume for example that IT can log on with an administrator account and access all my files being synced via Onedrive (probably even though most of them are online-only?), and even though I don't think they will do that I would of course prefer if they couldn't. There's also the fact that when I stop working here at some point, someone might take over this computer and I don't trust them to wipe it first. I'll probably make an attempt to do it myself when that time comes, but still.
Are there ways I can protect my own user data on a company computer from snooping IT workers? Especially looking for solutions that come built-in with Windows and are as transparent as possible. And by transparent I mean that it shouldn't cause a lot of problems when I'm using it like messing up Windows in any way, having to enter special credentials a lot, etc.
I assume enabling BitLocker on the system drive is one thing one could do, but wouldn't really help against people logging on with other domain admin accounts?