Tag: cloud storage

New Look and Functionality for Box at IU

A simpler, more user-friendly interface is coming to Box at IU.  Last fall, you were able to preview the new interface with a choice of going back to the legacy system if you weren’t ready for the change.  On May 25th, the new interface will be the only option. New features include: a cleaner look keywordless search copy-paste… Read more »

Your Options for Storing and Sharing Documents Online at IU

As a member of the IU community, you have some great options for online document storage, sharing, and collaboration. This post will give you an overview of Box at IU, Google at IU, and Office 356. Visit the IU Knowledge Base (KB) to see a full comparison chart for the three services. Box at IU… Read more »

Google at IU

IU students, faculty, and staff have access to yet another online collaboration tool. It’s Google at IU! You might wonder why you should use Google at IU instead of Box.iu for collaboration and storage. Frankly, it’s a matter of personal preference. You’ll find that both services have their pros and cons, so I suggest experimenting to see… Read more »

Making Annotations in Box Notes

Box at IU is more than just a simple, secure way to store your files online. With Box, you can share files and folders and collaborate with classmates and colleagues. One useful tool for collaboration is the Box Note. Box Notes are easy to create, edit, and share, plus they have tools you can use to annotate… Read more »

Authorizing Cloud Storage

Technology is meant to make your life easier. But if you’re not using it properly, it can become a real hassle. Are you fed up with logging in to your Box account just to download a file on your computer or upload your homework that you just completed? Don’t worry, so are we–and we’ve got… Read more »