Do you have important data stored on your computer?
Have you been trying to find a place to store your important files but keep running out of space?
Faculty, staff, and students at SJFC have access to Google Drive through mySJFC by selecting .
How much storage is available through SJFC Google Drive?
In the fall, Google upgraded the storage from 30 GB/user to unlimited storage with a 5TB file size limit.
How do I get my important files into SJFC Google Drive?
You can upload files into Google Drive using either the web-interface (available through mySJFC), or through the Google Drive App that can be installed on your SJFC computer by contacting the Help Desk at x8016. Computers that have been recently upgraded already have the Google Drive App pre-installed.
What types of data can be stored in SJFC Google Drive?
Most data can be stored in SJFC Google Drive. The following should not be stored on SJFC Google Drive: social security numbers, credit card information, bank account information, and personally identifiable health information (PHI).
Support and training are available by contacting Robin Schmid via email for Google – Ins & Outs; uploading, organizing, and accessing your SJFC Google Drive. Don’t forget Google Docs, work in real time with co-workers and your students.
Please contact the OIT Help Desk at x8016 with any questions.
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