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UNCSA - Office In The Cloud



With UNCSA - Office In The Cloud, every UNCSA Faculty and Staff member will receive at-home access to the applications you are already familiar with using on campus.

Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and more are all there and available to you.  You will be able to download and install up to five copies of the Office suite on to your personal computers. You will also receive full access to Office for iPad on up to five devices. You will even be able to use these applications online, via any web-browser.

We’re also excited to announce UNCSA - Lync, a communications application to help connect you to the rest of the campus; allowing you to instant message, transfer files, and even have audio and video conferences with other campus users.

With UNCSA - OneDrive, you can have your most important files both on your computer and available online; you can even have multiple computers synchronize those files so that every device you have can always be up to date; share files and even whole folders with colleagues for viewing or collaboration.

All you will have to do is log in to your UNCSA - In The Cloud email via Outlook Web App (OWA) and Office In The Cloud will be right there waiting for you.


Click here for UNCSA - In The Cloud and Office In The Cloud references and frequently asked questions.

For additional questions or comments reagarding the new UNCSA Cloud
contact :Ed Stephens, ex. 1435