Collaboration & File Storage

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Google Drive

Google Drive is the space where you can store all your documents, except for Highly Sensitive Information. Keep all your work in one place, view file formats even if you don’t have the software, and access your files from any device. When you change or delete a file stored in one of these locations, Drive makes the same change everywhere else so you do not have to.

  • Integrates with Gmail
  • Free, unlimited usage
  • Works on any device
  • Includes powerful productivity tools including Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms
  • Collaborate in realtime and with anyone in the world

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Box

Box is a place you can store files (except for Highly Sensitive Information) – for your own use, to share with people at Notre Dame, or to share with people anywhere in the world. Recommended for shared departmental or group file space.

  • Free, unlimited usage
  • Works on any device
  • Integration with Microsoft Office
  • Collaborate with anyone in the world

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CorpFS

CorpFS is institutional file storage designed to store highly sensitive information in a secure location. Contact the OIT Help Desk to learn more about this service.

NetFile

The NetFile platform provides networked storage for individual users. NetFile is scheduled to retire in summer 2018. Individual NetFile spaces will migrate to another platform.

AFS

AFS (Andrew File System) is a legacy distributed file system maintained for specific Unix and Linux services including darrow.cc.nd.edu and Courseware.