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NIU students have 100MB of space on the H: drive which can be accessed in ITS computer labs. The advantage to storing files on the network is that these files are accessible to you whenever you are logged into the NIU network.
These files can also be accessed from off campus using FTP.
FTP is used to either "get" files from the network drive and store them on your local computer or "put" files that are on your local computer onto the network drive. You must have access to a FTP client program and a connection to the Internet.
There are many FTP clients available for purchase, trial, or free download.
Regardless of the FTP client you are using to connect to your space on the network, you need the following three pieces of information:
Questions? ITS Helpdesk.