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Microsoft OneDrive

What is OneDrive?

OneDrive is an online storage (cloud) service from Microsoft in which you can have private folders and shared folders. You can share and collaborate with others and access these files from any device using MS Office Online (part of OneDrive). All Faculty, Staff and Students can upload a maximum of 1TB of items to their cloud storage.

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    OneDrive Storage Options

    • Storage Space: All Faculty, Staff and Students can upload a maximum of 1TB of items to their cloud storage.

    • Sharing of Files: Internal / External: OneDrive allows users to share files and/or folders to anyone that they wish either by sharing with a link, sharing to everyone internally / externally, or sharing via e-mail address(s).

    • Group Folders: OneDrive, users are able to create their own group folders, inviting and removing people as they see fit.

    • Synchronous Collaboration: OneDrive does allow for multiple people to collaborate on a single document at the same time.

    • Security: OneDrive are FERPA, HIPPA, and MN Data Privacy Act compliant.

    • Ease of Use/Intuitive Interface: OneDrive can be accessed anywhere there is an Internet connection on any device.

    • Formatting Options: OneDrive will retain formatting, but is limited when utilizing the web client. Microsoft Office suite products will have the ability to be edited online, however other formats must first be downloaded before they can be edited.