GRASP (Direct teaching data storage) is a network drive that is provided to faculties who need to distribute large file data to students.
FileMaker is a database and application development environment for learning, teaching and research at the University.
Group file storage is a network drive that allows authenticated users to share file storage.
CloudStor is an online data storage service (similar to Dropbox or Google Drive) that makes sharing your data easy.
OneDrive for Business is a place where you can store, sync and share your files.
Secure and backed up personal file storage is available to staff and postgraduates on the network drive FS1. Initially, 10GB is allocated with further increases available on request.
Virtual machines (VMs) can be used for hosting long term and persistent applications, developing software or building data workflows. VMs are available for staff and students.