OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud-based file hosting service that's available to people who are eligible for a University Microsoft account. Whereas Personal Microsoft accounts give you 5GB of filespace, your University OneDrive file store is a OneDrive for Business account, so you get 1TB of storage space. It gives you a simple way to store, sync and share all kind of files with other people and devices on the web.
This guidance for Microsoft OneDrive for Business (“OneDrive”) is to help you understand what data can be stored within this Public Cloud Service, and what classifications of data OneDrive can hold on the basis of the current University Guidance on Data Security Classification.
What you need to do before you can set up your University OneDrive for Business personal filestore.
How to set up your OneDrive - University of Cambridge account on a PC running Windows 10
How to install the new OneDrive for Business Next Generation Synch Client on Windows PCs
Set up and use your University OneDrive filestore on Managed Cluster Service (MCS) Windows PCs
How to install the new One Drive for Business sync client on Apple OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) and later systems, to use with your University OneDrive account (for those eligible under the University's EES agreement).
How to install the new One Drive for Business client on Apple iOS, to use with your University Microsoft account (for those eligible under the University's EES agreement).
OneDrive for Business is not supported on Linux systems, but Office Online provides an web-based access route to your University OneDrive for Business filestore.
FAQs for working with OneDrive, including how to set up multiple accounts and how to share files with University and external users
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