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UVa Box

Cloud-Based Storage & Collaboration Service at UVa

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UVa Box is a cloud-based storage and collaboration service that gives eligible members of the University community the ability to access, store, and share up to 50 GB of non-sensitive/moderately sensitive University files securely—anywhere, anytime, on any device.

What UVa Box Offers: Features of the UVa Box Service

Convenience

  • Simple, intuitive way to store lots of files online—50 GB/user!
  • Access your files via computer, smartphone, & mobile device
  • Send large files quickly, without emailing large attachments
  • Share and collaborate with colleagues both inside and outside the University
  • Auto-sync, commenting, customizable permissions, version history, and online editing functionality all available

Security

  • University-sanctioned and centrally-supported place in the cloud for your University files containing not-sensitive and moderately sensitive data
  • Meets the security needs and contractual requirements of higher education
  • Granular security controls enabling you to choose exactly who you want to share content with and how
  • Single sign-on convenience and security behind NetBadge

Details/Quota of UVa Box

Access Your UVa Box Account

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