Storage & Backups
Store department files in a group folder rather than your personal Box account.Read more
Box has the flexibility for offline and online file editing, many levels of collaboration, and is suited to house specific regulated data at Cornell.Read more
Microsoft Teams is designed for easy collaboration on Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents, and much more.Read more
OneDrive, part of your Cornell Microsoft account, provides cloud storage for all your important documents, connected with the Microsoft apps many of us use every day.Read more
Microsoft offers several ways to store your documents and files: OneDrive, Teams, and SharePoint.Read more
Wasabi is a low-cost solution for cloud storage, designed to fit a particular set of needs: AWS S3-compatible application(s) withThe ability to define an S3-compatible bucket Low read requirements
Which one should I pick?
Pick the storage option that’s right for the data—this will save you time in the long run when your status at Cornell changes. This may mean you use OneDrive and Box, or Google Drive and Teams.
Use the...Read more
Box Relay workflow automation is now available in Cornell Box.Read more
On July 25, 2022, storage caps were applied to Cornell alumni Google accounts.Read more
Cornell's Strategic Storage Initiative was prompted by Google's and Box's 2021 announcements that they were ending unlimited storage. The effort is managed by CIT and works in partnership with a campus advisory group and the...Read more