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storage:start [2015/10/27 18:43]
kleung [AOS Cloud]
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 ==== Introduction ==== ==== Introduction ====
  
-There are several university approved cloud storage options, including the official option of [[https://​ucla.box.com/​|UCLA Box Enterprise service]]. Commercial options include [[https://​drive.google.com|Google Drive]], [[https://​onedrive.live.com|Microsoft OneDrive]]; while the departmental option is [[https://​cloud.atmos.ucla.edu|AOS Cloud]]. ​+There are several university approved cloud storage options:
  
-**NOTE:** Dropbox is **NOT** authorized as a cloud storage option at UCLA due to security concerns and non-HIPPA ​compliance. Please do **NOT** use Dropbox for any official university documents, files or storage.+  * [[https://​ucla.box.com|Box.com]] 
 +  * [[https://​drive.google.com|Google Drive (using g.ucla.edu)]] 
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 +Both solutions provide unlimited storage space for UCLA accounts, but Box.com has a 25GB single file size limitation.  
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 +**NOTE:** Dropbox is **NOT** authorized as a cloud storage option at UCLA due to security concerns and non compliance. Please do **NOT** use Dropbox for any official university documents, files or storage.
    
 ==== UCLA Box Enterprise ​ ==== ==== UCLA Box Enterprise ​ ====
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 Once you have setup an individual account you may create [[https://​ucla.app.box.com/​box-departmental-accounts|departmental and organizational accounts]]. Once you have setup an individual account you may create [[https://​ucla.app.box.com/​box-departmental-accounts|departmental and organizational accounts]].
  
-==== AOS Cloud ====+==== Google Drive (via g.ucla.edu) ​==== 
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 +Google Drive is part of the Google Apps platform that UCLA implemented when ucla.edu email addresses were moved over to Google'​s servers. ​
  
-The AOS IT department has setup departmental cloud storage solution which is only accessible on the AOS network. As with most AOS IT services, your AOS ID and password are your credentials for [[https://cloud.atmos.ucla.edu/|AOS Cloud]].+Setting up Google Apps account ​is as simple as going to https://g.ucla.edu ​and logging in with your UCLA credentials
  
-Once you have logged in, you will find links to download mobile applications for AOS Cloud, both Android and iOS.+More information on [[https://​www.it.ucla.edu/​services/​email-calendaring-collaboration/​google-apps|Google Apps]] can be found on the UCLA IT website.
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