Servers Storage and Backup

Department Shared Folders

Department shared folders are a secure and convenient way for staff members within a department to share and collaborate on documents and other files.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff

Google Apps

Google Apps for Education is the primary email system for everyone at Stony Brook University except Hospital employees and members of the School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine. Stony Brook's Google Apps suite of products includes Google Mail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Contacts, Google Sites, Google Groups, and a host of other applications to enhance communication and collaboration across campus.

For Use By: Clubs, Faculty, Staff, Students

InCommon Certificates

Stony Brook University is registered with the InCommon Certificate Service, a means for IT partners and the University community to easily and affordably obtain digital certificates for the safe sharing of online resources, such as the securing of departmental Web servers.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff

MySBfiles

MySBfiles is a network storage option for all students, faculty, and staff. Up to 500 MB of data can be stored in your personal MySBfiles which is backed up regularly on an automated basis by University servers. You can access your MySBfiles from on or off campus using a Web browser.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Students

NolijWeb Document Imaging Services

Nolij is a web-based document imaging and management solution available for University departments who are interested in eliminating paper and managing their business files online.

For Use By: Staff

Office 365

For Use By: Faculty, Researchers, Staff, Students, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

Sparky (UNIX)

Sparky is a UNIX-based system that many Computer Science classes use for programming projects and some students & faculty use for personal (or class) websites that require scripting functionality.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Students

Virtual Servers

DoIT's Systems Support team works with departments on campus to figure out cost-effective ways to employ server support through VMware solutions. DoIT recommends making VMware purchases through NYSERNet, which has entered into an Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) with VMware.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff