About Dropbox@CI

In 2017,  the Division of Technology & Innovation (T&I) (now the department of Information Technology Services (ITS)) selected Dropbox@CI (powered by Dropbox Business) as a file storage system for the University. ITS completed migration of migration of personal H-drive network home drives to Dropbox in fall 2017. 

Benefits of Dropbox@CI

Many of you may already be using Dropbox personally or at home, and some may be using it for work. 

Dropbox@CI enhances the security of our file storage; improves our internal and external collaboration capabilities; helps to simplify the way we access files while working remotely or traveling; and replace our existing personal H drive (Homeshare) infrastructure.

Dropbox@CI Features

With Dropbox@CI, all faculty and staff will now have:    

  • nearly unlimited online storage space
  • remote access to your work files without VPN
  • easy file sharing and collaboration tools
  • the ability to recover deleted files and previous versions

Usage Guidelines and Information Security

Certain kinds of data should not be stored in Dropbox@CI. Users of this new service must comply with ITS business practices, CSU policy, and state and federal laws regarding proper storage, usage and disposal of confidential and sensitive data.  Please review BP.03.011 - Business Practice for Public Cloud Storage and Enterprise File Sync and Share and the CSU policy on Information Asset Management for more details about appropriate data storage practices for Dropbox@CI. 

Self Help and Training

Visit the Dropbox@CI Knowledgebase article in TeamDynamix

 

Latest Dropbox@CI News

For latest Dropbox@CI news, please visit the ITS News blog

Questions?

Please contact the ITS Solution Center for help with Dropbox

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