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ANU OneDrive is a cloud storage for work-related files available to all ANU staff, students, and affiliates for free.It allows you to store files, collaborate on documents in real time, share, and access them from any device. 

All files that you store in OneDrive are private unless you decide to share them. If the information is a record of university business, it should be saved in a university recordkeeping system such as ERMS or a university research data repository. To understand you obligation of record keeping and privacy, read the Record keeping and O365 article and the Privacy, security and O365 article. 

Key features include: 

  • easy file sharing.Files and folders can be shared with others inside and outside of ANU, including those without a Microsoft account.
  • access to your documents from any device.You can get to your files from anywhere, on any device. All data will be accessible in one place. This includes your File Explorer, mobile devices, all web browsers and from Microsoft Office applications.Access your files online and offline via File on Demand. 
  • easy collaboration. Create, edit, share, and co-author Microsoft Office documents in your ANU OneDrive from your web browser using Office web apps – no Office desktop application is required. This will work for both internal (ANU) and external collaborators. 
  • ample storage.You will have 1 TB of storage.
  • strong security.automatic back-up.Files are automatically backed up to the cloud, protecting your work. 

Log in to OneDrive using your University ID and password.  

You can also access the data that you have stored on OneDrive via your File Explorer with the OneDrive client. 

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