Microsoft OneDrive

OneDrive is available to all faculty, staff, and students through Western's Office 365 Microsoft Campus Agreement. OneDrive is 1 TB of online storage in the Microsoft cloud where you can save, store, sync, and share files with the tools you use every day to create, communicate, and collaborate from your PC/Mac or your iOS®, Android™, or Windows device. Files can be created and modified with version tracking and file collaboration.

Disclaimer:  Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud-hosted system and while its use is optional, all usage must comply with Western's Computing, Technology & Information Resources Policy and Data Classification Standards.

Accessing Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive is available through a web browser, desktop and mobile app.

Get Started

Microsoft OneDrive allows you to access and edit your files on all your devices, keep your files protected in the cloud, share files and collaborate in Office.

Files in OneDrive

Use OneDrive to add and upload, manage, secure, protect and restore your files.

Securing Data

Local synced copies of your data do not meet Western's data classification standard or data handling procedures for sensitive and confidential information. Find out best practices for securing your data.

Share and Collaborate

Share files and folders, see files you shared, edit a shared file, use @mentions

Mobile and Mac for OneDrive

Set up OneDrive for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac

Sync Your Files

Set up sync, Manage Sync Settings

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