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Personal Storage

There are many services provided by UCI that allow you to store a wide variety of files and access them at any time from almost any computer with an internet connection.

Google Drive

Google Drive lets you store any kind of file in a web-accessible interface.

Space Available: 30 GB (including space taken up by GMail)
File Restrictions: None
Sharing: All files can be shared in a vairety of ways.
Additional Information: Google apps allows you to login in and use your UCInetID.
Access Point:

EEE DropBox

EEE DropBox allows instructors, assistants, and students to securely store and exchange files.

Space Available: 5 GB
File Restrictions: Must not be greater than 100 MB.
Sharing: Files are shared only with people that have access to the dropbox.
Access Point: EEE DropBox

The OIT Streaming Server

The OIT Streaming Server provides Internet-based streaming and podcasting of digital audio and video content.

Space Available: 2 GB
File Restrictions: Flash Video, Real, MPEG, MPEG-4, MP3, QuickTime, Windows Media
Sharing: Custom links can be made for any file you upload.
Access Point: The OIT Streaming Server

Webfiles

Webfiles is a file storage system provided by the Office of Information Technology (OIT) to faculty, staff, and graduate students at UCI.

Space Available: 2 GB
File Restrictions: None
Sharing: All files can be shared
Access Point: Webfiles

Third Party Software

In addition to the services listed above there are numerous other free and paid data storage services. The decision to explore or use a Third Party Tool can be very different when we are deciding to use the service professionally or personally. Factors that might affect the decision to use the tool in a professional setting might include questions of security, ownership, privacy, liability, and functionality. Such services include: OneDrive, iCloud, Dropbox, Amazon S3, and JustCloud. Each service is different in a variety of ways including price, storage space, file limitations, accessability, and sharing rules. If you are interested in using non-UCI file storage services, please Contact Us, so we can help you identify the most appropriate option.

Long Term Archive

There are a variety of options that allow you to curate digital materials in a long-term, fully indexed manner. For more information about the potential options, see the Digital Scholarship Service from the UCI Libraries

UC eScholarship

UC eScholarship a suite of open access, scholarly publishing services and research tools that enable departments, research units, publishing programs, and individual scholars associated with the University of California to have direct control over the creation and dissemination of the full range of their scholarship.

Space Available: No Limit
File Restrictions: None
Sharing: All files are public.
Additional Information: All files must be related to academic research or publication.
Access Point: UC eScholarship

UCIspace @ the Libraries

UCIspace @ the Librariess is an open access service for the UCI community to publish, manage, and preserve diverse kinds of research output.

Space Available: No Limit
File Restrictions: None
Sharing: All files are public.
Additional Information: All files must be related to academic research or publication.
Access Point: UCIspace @ the Libraries