Access your SacFiles (U: Drive) from anywhere, anytime!
Information Resources & Technology is excited to announce that, starting April 13, 2009, faculty and staff are now able to easily access their networked documents anywhere and anytime over the web. Need to polish up a Word document at home for a class or meeting the next day? Just open the file using a web browser. Then download the file back to your campus network storage when you're done. Traveling out of town and forgot to bring all the files you needed? No problem; just open them over the web. In order to take advantage of this service, you simply store your files on a Sac State network drive called a U: drive (i.e.- SacFiles). Storing your files in this way has numerous advantages:
- Access your files on campus from any location.
- Use your web browser to access your files from anywhere via an Internet connection.
- Your files are automatically backed up on campus-wide servers.
- Your files are highly secure from compromise behind our Firewalls and other security measures.
- You do not need to use a clunky VPN client or remote control process.
- It's completely free.
- You can "Drag and Drop" your files between the network storage and your computer.
For information on how to store your documents on a campus-wide U: drive, go to SacFiles FAQS and start accessing your SacFiles (U: Drive) from off campus, from your computer(s) at home. Should you need assistance, visit or call the Service Desk in the Academic Information Resource Center, located in AIRC 2005 (916-278-7337).