What is Microsoft OneDrive?

OneDrive is a web-based cloud storage platform hosted by Microsoft which allows people to store and share files online. By logging into OneDrive with their Microsoft accounts, users can upload and share documents, and sync those documents between all of their devices. OneDrive at the University of Denver comes with up to 5 TB per person of free storage.


Cost and Eligibility:

Any actively enrolled student or currently employed staff or faculty member is eligible to use OneDrive and other Microsoft Office 365 tools offered by the University of Denver at no cost.


Features and Benefits:

  • Update and share files from any device in any location
  • Collaborate on Office documents with others simultaneously
  • Back-up and protect your files in one central location
  • Access OneDrive files via the web browser or through your Office applications
  • Get 5 TB of file storage per user account


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