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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.
OneDrive for Business is a personal document and file storage hub. It's easy to upload, download, and share files. You can also create, view, and edit documents online using the integrated Office Online applications, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. For those times you need the complete set of Office features, you can open your files in the full version of the applications and save them to your hard drive or back to the cloud.
The University of Alaska provides a number of collaboration services to the university community. Students, staff, and faculty can take advantage of one, some, or all of these tools. If you are not sure which one to choose for a specific task, read on for a feature comparison.
Microsoft Teams is a unifying experience that brings together people, conversations and content—along with the tools that teams need—so they can easily collaborate to achieve more. It’s naturally integrated with the familiar Office applications and is built from the ground up on the Microsoft Office 365 global, secure cloud. This article will help you learn more about what Microsoft Teams is, how to use it, and how it will benefit you in your daily computing needs.
This article will show you how to access Microsoft Office 365 with your University account.
Learn now to install desktop and/or mobile versions of Microsoft Office on your personally owned devices.
There are many considerations you should take into account when you're saving the file you've been working on for hours. Most of the time we simply hit save, and call it a day. However, every file you create is different. Read on to find out more regarding storage options for individual, and group access, and a quick comparison between various storage services available to the university community.
This article will assist you with managing your Junk Email Options including Safe Senders List, Safe Recipients List, Blocked Senders List, Blocked Top-Level Domains List and Blocked Encodings List.​​​​