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What to use a share for? Files you want to share within your department or with other departments at the University. To store University (mission data) in a safe/secure central location. “Low Velocity” data: data which undergoes less than a 20% daily change rate, i.e. Microsoft Office documents,...Read more

If you have questions about using a share, consult:

This web site. Your school or department Service Center. Your Administrative Contact for the share. Where to Get Support For help using the service or to report service disruptions: contact the IT...Read more
Current Rates, last updated April 2020. Capacity Non-Replicated Replicated 150 GB $6 $12 500 GB $20 $40 1000 GB $40 $80 Multiples of 500 GB Add $20 per 500 GB Add $40 per 500 GB An offsite Disaster Recovery copy of data stored on SFS is included in these rates. A $100.00 “...Read more

Shared File Services (SFS) provide file storage which enables sharing of files between groups of users and computers.

Support either the CIFS or...Read more

You can learn information about web addresses (URLs) by looking at some of their components.

Finding the Important Parts of a Complex Address

In a complicated address, like
http://cornell. / Lcons/small/emailchange/,
the real domain is...Read more

If you suspect that your NetID password has been compromised, don't hesitate to act. Immediately take the following steps to protect your privacy and prevent data loss. 1. Report the incident to the IT Security Office.

Don’t hesitate. Any possible or confirmed theft of a NetID password needs to...Read more