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This article is part of a series about storage options at Cornell.
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by the volume of folders in your Cornell Box account, it may be a good time for a cleanup. Here’s one approach you can use by visiting
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 What's the Best Place For Your Data selection tool for…
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 IT Governance Council. The Initiative is a multiyear effort to:
If you would like cloud document storage integrated with familiar Office apps like Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and ready to be accessed by communication tools like Outlook email and Teams chat, Microsoft offers choices. The one that's right for you depends on…
OneDrive, part of your Cornell faculty, student, or staff Microsoft account, provides cloud storage for all your important documents, connected with the Microsoft apps many of us use every day. Your files are protected from the risk of damage to your devices, and they’re available anytime through…
EZ-Backup currently backs up approximately 400 computers and servers for departments across campus. The EZ-Backup storage platform uses IBM Storage Protect (formerly Spectrum Protect), which runs on Windows, Mac, UNIX, and other operating systems. Storage is handled by a hybrid cloud storage…
Cloudification is the conversion of applications, data storage, and compute cycles to take advantage of cloud computing. CIT offers a Cloudification service to help the Cornell community move to powerful, low-cost cloud infrastructure services. Cornell has enterprise agreements with …
Shared File Services (SFS) provide file storage which enables sharing of files between groups of users and computers.

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