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OneDrive

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Learn about OneDrive for Business, a cloud-based system for creating, storing, sharing, and organizing your work documents.

Microsoft OneDrive is Microsoft’s document creation, collaboration and storage platform. Microsoft OneDrive allows collaborators to:​

  • Create and new documents including Documents, Spreadsheets, and Slides.​
  • Share the documents and edit them with collaborators.​
  • Upload and store any existing files or documents for easy access and sharing

Benefits

  • It's free: UC San Diego has a licensing agreement with Microsoft.
  • It's universal: All UC San Diego students, faculty, and staff have access to the UC San Diego Microsoft OneDrive environment.
  • It's secure: Storage conforms to HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) requirements.
  • It's compliant. The negotiated licensing terms dictate that data be stored on U.S. soil which fulfills export control requirements.

Best for

  • Storing files (each user gets 5TB of space)
  • Syncing files with your local computer
  • Sharing files with campus colleagues or partners outside UC San Diego

Note: OneDrive for Business is different from OneDrive, which is intended for personal files.

Get started

OneDrive and Lync are enabled for all faculty and staff AD accounts that are not under Health Sciences.

Need help? Contact your departmental technical support or the ITS Service Desk, (858) 246-4357 or ext. 6-HELP.

Note: this page has a friendly link that is easy to remember: http://blink.ucsd.edu/go/onedrive