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A question we frequently receive is whether the service providers offering a cloud storage solution are technically capable of reading files stored on that service. Read on to find out about cloud storage services supported by the University of Alaska.
"Now where did I save that file...?" It's a thought we've all had, typically followed by an agonizing length of time searching through files and folders trying to find the information you're look for. With disorganized files, finding anything specific can be like finding a specific needle in a haystack. One that you keep revisiting day after day. Read on to learn some tips and tricks for organizing your data storage.
Recommending a storage solution is more than simply considering which service offers the largest raw capacity to store data. All of the solutions provide a large amount of space to store content, what really matters is how easy is it to access and use the files we store. Read on to find out more about UAA's recommended cloud storage service.
By default, you own any file you create in or upload to Google Drive. You can transfer ownership of your Google files and folders to someone with a Google Account.
A question we frequently receive is why there are only a limited number of cloud storage solutions recommend, and supported by the University of Alaska. Read on to find out more.
A question we frequently receive is how much data/information can a person, or department, really store in X amount of space. Read on to find out about how common file/document types equates into space, and how many of those files can be stored in commons storage solutions available to the University of Alaska community.