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 OneDrive is the University’s supported online cloud storage system that allows users to securely store their documents and files.

*Note: Log in to SuccessFactors Learning Here to register for in-person OneDrive education sessions offered by the Staff Success Center that discuss the basics of OneDrive.


OneDrive is UC's supported cloud-based file storage platform designed to enable users to securely store, share, manage, and access files online anytime, anywhere, from any device. All students, faculty and staff have access to OneDrive.

Additional features include:

·    1 TB of data storage (can be increased as needed)

·    Mobile apps for iOS and Android

·    Ability to edit documents in Microsoft Office

·    Secure file storage in the cloud

·    Secure file sharing within or outside of UC's network

·    Desktop sync client

Please refer to UC's Data Protection Policy for guidance on ensuring the protection of restricted and controlled data. Related policies and guidelines include, the Use of Information Technology Policy and the Cloud Computing Guideline.


Getting Started with OneDrive

·   To access OneDrive, login to Office 365 via https://mail.uc.edu

              UC login screen

·    Click on the app launcher in the top left-hand corner -

app launcher in top left hand corner

·    Select OneDrive from the app launcher menu -

one drive selected in the app launcher menu

Related OneDrive Knowledge Base Articles

·   OneDrive Mobile Apps 
·   OneDrive Sync Client 
·   OneDrive FAQs

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