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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.  
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 +Setting up a Google Apps account is as simple as going to https://g.ucla.edu and logging in with your UCLA credentials. 
  
-The AOS IT department has setup a 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]].+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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