Dropbox at U-M is a cloud file storage option that provides automatic backup and is readily accessible from any device.
Dropbox at U-M includes:
- All of the core features (e.g., storage, anytime/anywhere access to files, secure sharing, and more).
- Advanced data protection (e.g., version history and file recovery, advanced sharing permissions, password protection, granular permissions, and more).
- Advanced collaboration and productivity tools (e.g., Dropbox Paper, file locking, commenting, Dropbox badge, and more).
For more information on Dropbox Team Folders at U-M, refer to the Dropbox Team Folders page.
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U-M Dropbox is available with 5 TB of storage for individual accounts for all active faculty, staff, students, emeritus faculty, and sponsored affiliates at the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint, and Michigan Medicine campuses.
- With the Dropbox service, the UConn community can exchange large files (up to 10 GB). At least one person, either the sender or the receiver, must be from UConn. Please note: Dropbox should not be used to transmit sensitive University data. File-sharing, file sharing, cloud storage, storage, sec.
- Login to Dropbox. Bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and keep your files safe.
Sensitive Data with Dropbox
Dropbox at U-M may be used with some types of sensitive university data, including Protected Health Information (PHI), according to the Sensitive Data Guide: Dropbox at U-M.
Dropbox Service Level Agreement
You and the university community have a shared responsibility to use U-M Dropbox appropriately with sensitive university data and take the necessary precautions.