Need a place to access your files wherever you have Internet access? Save to "the cloud". The following sites are places online where you can store files for free!

Google Drive/Docs

http://google.aisd.net

All AISD students have access to a Google account for storing files and collaborating on papers and projects with others. Go to the website above for instructions and to log in. See Mrs. Severns in the library if you forget your password.




Dropbox


http://www.dropbox.com

You can upload files to drop box, and they become encrypted for extra security. You get 2 GB of free storage unless you get other people to join, then Dropbox gives you even more storage. Go to dropbox.com on public computers like the library's computers. Download it if you want to have an easy access icon on your desktop. You can even invite others to access your files/pictures/videos if you choose to share a folder. There's a Dropbox app for most devices.

Go to dropbox.com on public computers like the library's computers. Download it to your personal computer if you want to have an easy access icon on your desktop. If you download it to a public computer, anyone can get into your files and change or delete them!



Microsoft OneDrive


http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/skydrive/download

Get 7 GB of free storage. There's also a SkyDrive app available Windows, Android and iOS (Apple devices).



Need more options? Try this website which has several links to and descriptions of free cloud-based storage:
http://www.backupreview.com/best-free-cloud-storage/