As of Nov 2, 2015, OneDrive has eliminated unlimited cloud storage space to Office 365 Home, Personal, and University subscribers. The new storage limit for University subscribers is now 1TB. You can learn more about the reasons for this change by going to https://blog.onedrive.com/onedrive_changes. By putting files in your OneDrive, you make them easily accessible to you from any Internet connection. Any files you store on your OneDrive will be available from any device/computer you use to access Office 365.
Your OneDrive is available from the Web but can also be available on your computer/device if you install the OneDrive application.
This does not replace any existing UB network drives including the R, T, M, H, and S drives.
How do I access OneDrive?
After your account is migrated, you will be able to access OneDrive and all Office 365 applications through the MyUB Portal and by going to https://portal.microsoftonline.com. If you go to the Microsoft Online portal, your username is netID@ubalt.edu, where netID is your UB account name.
Can I sync my OneDrive files to my computer?
If I sync OneDrive on my work computer, can I accidentally fill my local hard drive?
Yes, please be aware that if you are running the OneDrive for Business app on your local computer you could fill your local hard drive. There is no risk of filling your local hard drive if you access and transfer files to OneDrive via the web app.
Can I upload any type of file to OneDrive?
You can upload many file types but there are some limitations. Check this page for information.
I have a personal OneDrive account, will this interfere with that one?
No, but when you're accessing OneDrive for your UB account, keep in mind that you should select the OneDrive Business account.
What are the maximum number of items that can be synced using OneDrive?
You can sync up to 20,000 items in your OneDrive for Business library. This includes folders and files.
Is there a size limit for files and folders that can be synced in OneDrive?
Yes, you can sync files of up to 2 gigabytes (GB).