File Storage Options at Seattle Colleges

OneDrive:

Seattle Colleges provide Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage (as part of our Microsoft O365 offering) for all students, faculty and staff to store and control sharing of their files, if desired.  OneDrive is accessible from any browser anywhere in the world.  

To access your individual OneDrive from the web, you will need your MySeattleColleges Login and password.  You can jump right to Microsoft OneDrive via browser access (you will need to login if you are not already logged into Microsoft Office365)

OR

in any browser, go to the Seattle College Office 365 site: http://office365.seattlecolleges.edu, login and then click the OneDrive icon:

screenclip of O365 with OneDrive icon circled in red

Additional Storage Options for Staff and Faculty:

In addition to OneDrive, other options exist for some staff and faculty.  Some campus departments may use additional drive letters (other than those shown here), but storage limits and who controls sharing would be the same as for L: and U: below.

Name? What is it? How Much Storage? Who Controls Sharing?
O: = OneDrive RECOMMENDED OPTION for faculty and staff individual file storage.  Files stored in OneDrive ARE FERPA PROTECTED. Unlimited storage capacity You control sharing of your files and folders on your own without IT staff intervention
L:  Shared departmental file storage. Lives on Seattle Colleges Campuses.  Limited storage capacity. All sharing must be provided by contacting IT staff.  
U:  Individual faculty and staff file storage. This form of individual storage will be phased out over the next few years in favor of O: OneDrive.   Lives on Seattle Colleges Campuses.  Limited storage capacity. No sharing is possible for these files or folders.
C:  NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ANY FILE STORAGE on your Seattle Colleges local desktop.  These files are not backed up. Lives on Seattle Colleges Campuses.  Very limited storage capacity. No sharing is possible for these files or folders.

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