OneDrive for Business
OneDrive is online file storage that is included in your Office 365 account. The features of OneDrive include:
- Each user gets 1 TB (terabyte) of data storage
- Documents and data can be stored securely (DCL 1 and DCL 0 data only, see CCSU Data Storage Standards below)
- Documents can also be shared with coworkers (or students and professors) and can be easily created, edited, and reviewed simultaneously with other users. You can also ensure that everyone is working on the most recent document and can view or revert to previous versions as needed.
- Documents can also be accessed from anywhere and anytime (online or offline)
- High security frameworks based on ISO 27001 standards
How to Access:
To access OneDrive via the Office 365 web portal:
- Open your web browser and navigate to https://office.ccsu.edu.
- Log in with your CCSU email address and password.
- Click on the OneDrive tile from the Office 365 home page. If you do not see the OneDrive tile, click on the tile button in the upper-left corner and select OneDrive from there.
You may also use the OneDrive for Business client to sync your OneDrive to your Windows computer:
- Ensure that OneDrive for Business is installed on your computer. It is located in the Microsoft Office 2013 folder. If you do not have OneDrive for Business on a CCSU-owned computer, please contact the IT Help Desk. On your personally-owned computer, you may install the software from your Office 365 account.
- Access your OneDrive via the Office 365 web portal using the instructions above.
- Click on the Sync button within your OneDrive and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the set up.
How to Request:
All CCSU faculty, staff, and students are automatically set up with an Office 365 account, which includes OneDrive for Business.