There are many campus resources for storing your active research data at Emory:
- OneDrive for Business: file storage and synchronization service provided as part of Emory's Microsoft Office 365 educational license. Every user at Emory has a 5TB (terabyte) personal quota, and OneDrive is certified for storage of sensitive data (such as protected health information under HIPAA). Log in at email.emory.edu with your Emory NetID and password, then select OneDrive from the Apps menu.
- Storage Management: provides centralized and cost-effective file storage services, including secure servers, off-site backups, custom access arrangements, and trusted storage options.
- Emory College IT: provides technology services and assistance to faculty, students, and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Former users of Emory Box: in 2021 Emory shifted from Box to OneDrive for Business as our primary file storage and sharing service. Learn more about the Box to OneDrive Migration Project.
- High Performance Computing: Emory supports High Performance Computing (HPC) on campus through a relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a preferred vendor.
- Emerson Center for Scientific Computation: provides high-end computational facilities and expertise to the computationally oriented scientific research at Emory.
- Emory Integrated Core Facilities: for help accessing resources from Emory’s many core facilities supporting advanced instruments and technologies.
OneDrive, Dropbox, or Amazon?
Check out the Emory Storage Comparison Matrix to find the right option for your research data.