UCO Cloud File Storage

Microsoft OneDriveMicrosoft OneDrive for Business at UCO is the official UCO-supported cloud file storage, sharing and collaboration platform. UCO OneDrive allows you to upload, create and share your professional files online so you can access and edit them anytime and anywhere. 

Microsoft OneDrive

Guides & Resources

UCO OneDrive Quick Start Guide

Training

Sign up for OneDrive training through the UCO Learning Center.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I access UCO OneDrive?
  • How much storage space will I have?
  • How does UCO OneDrive compare to the P: Drive?
  • My personal device is prompting me to sync to OneDrive...should I allow this?

Find answers to these questions and more in the Frequently Asked Questions.

Acceptable Use

To properly protect UCO confidential and internal information, you must understand OneDrive security and set it up correctly.

Allowed

  • Use of UCO OneDrive to store UCO professional work
  • Storage of UCO confidential, internal and public information*
  • Available Functions:
    • Upload files to UCO OneDrive
    • Edit a UCO OneDrive file online or in the Microsoft application on your computer
    • Save a file from a Microsoft Office application on your computer directly to UCO OneDrive

Not Allowed

  • Use of UCO OneDrive to store personal files
  • Syncing UCO OneDrive files or folders to any UCO or non-UCO device**
    • A synced file or folder means that it is stored simultaneously online and on your computer
  • Viewing confidential or internal information on unapproved UCO devices and non-UCO devices*
  • Saving confidential or internal information on unapproved UCO devices and non-UCO devices*

* OneDrive allows you to automatically sync your files across multiple devices.  At this time, UCO policy strictly prohibits syncing files or folders to any UCO or non-UCO device.  If this policy is not followed, UCO confidential or internal information could inadvertently end up on an insecure machine.  Find additional information about data classification and how to determine the appropriate storage options.  

**After the campus-wide installation of Windows 10 and Office 2016 in December 2016, an enhancement of OneDrive features and functionality (including syncing) may be available.