Use of Greenspace file storage was restricted to users with HIPAA obligations in January 2013. Tulane now has a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with Box cloud storage that allows HIPAA protected data to be stored on Box. We have now retired Greenspace permanently as of January 15, 2015.
Users with files stored on Greenspace were been notified given instructions as to how to transfer files off of the system. If you neglected to remove your files please contact the Technical Support and Network Operations Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Box online storage is like a hard drive in the cloud. Store documents and files in Box and then access them anywhere, anytime, from any device. Box also can sync files from your local hard disk automatically providing a backup that will always be available from other computers and devices. All Tulane faculty and staff have access to 50GB of storage in Box and can view and access their content anywhere, anytime, on any device.
All Tulane Faculty and staff have access to 50GB on Box. Students do not have access to a Tulane provisioned Box account but may create personal accounts directly with Box with 10GB of storage.
Tulane now has a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with Box cloud storage that allows HIPAA protected data to be stored on Box.
Faculty and staff can register online to activate their 50GB of secure storage on Box.com https://tulane.box.com.
Although the Tulane Box environment is only available to faculty and staff, students may create personal accounts directly with Box with 10GB of storage. Visit https://www.box.com to set up your box account. Please note that the password you set up with Box will not be synced with your Tulane password.
Microsoft’s OneDrive is also available to students as a free cloud storage solution. OneDrive is a part of Microsoft Office365 and provides one terabyte of storage as long as a student is enrolled at Tulane. See our knowledge Base article here: https://tulane.service-now.com/kb_view.do?sysparm_article=KB0016153 to learn how to access OneDrive
The myTulane myContent repository is a third option for storing student files. Visit https://mytulane.blackboard.com. Log in and click the myContent tab.
This page last updated on 2/28/2015
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