What's H: drive? And Staff2Students? Find out about your storage space on the University network.
Network drives are the best place to store files referenced and updated by yourself.
Everyone has access to H: drive.
The H: drive is your personal storage space on the University's network.
It is secure and backed up to keep your work safe, so we recommend you use it to store any documents that are confidential to you and the work that you do.
If you have a University laptop then your H: drive will also synchronise whenever you have a network connection at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Your H: drive is available automatically when you're logged into any University computer under My Documents, so all you have to do to save your work there is click Save.
Students have 4Gb of storage space on H: drive. Staff have 10Gb of storage space on H: drive.
You'll find H: drive in MyMMU.
Staff have access to R: drive.
You should use the R: drive to store any work-related files that need to be shared with colleagues in your team or department.
The R: drive is backed-up and access permissions are managed by Information Systems and Digital Services. Like your H: drive, you can access your R: drive via MyMMU wherever you are, using a web browser.
You'll find R: drive in MyMMU.
Staff can upload files to S: drive. Students can view and download files from S: drive.
When Moodle isn't a viable option, staff may use the S: drive for sharing files with students .
Staff and students can access to the S: drive using MyMMU via a web browser, or from any University computer.
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