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What is OneDrive?

OneDrive is the personal cloud storage component of the Office 365 product suite that allows users to store and share documents and files from any device with an internet connection. In addition to unlimited storage space per user, OneDrive also allows you to share documents with colleagues easily – even those who may not be affiliated with Johns Hopkins or have JHED accounts.

OneDrive meets all HIPAA and FERPA compliance standards for secure file sharing and storage.

How do I access OneDrive?

You can access your OneDrive account by logging into the myJohnsHopkins portal and selecting the OneDrive quick link under Cloud Apps.

How much space do I have in OneDrive?

Users are provided with 1 TB online storage.

Are there any limits with OneDrive?

Yes. You can sync up to 20,000 items in your OneDrive library, including folders and files, and in any library, you can download files up to 2 GB.