Dropbox storage quota increase for MIT
March 20, 2020
Olu Brown
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To help mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 and best support MIT community members as they engage in activities remotely, Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) is pleased to announce that the Institute has increased the Dropbox default storage quota to 500GB for all MIT Dropbox users at no charge. This quota increase was made in response to requests by community members, to better facilitate remote learning, working, and collaboration.

The quota increase for MIT faculty, lecturers and teaching assistants to 10TB is still in place and will NOT be affected by this change.

For more information about Dropbox quotas, see the following Knowledge Base (KB) articles:

See Data Storage and Collaboration Options for additional information on cloud-based data storage available to MIT community members. 

IS&T offers 24x7 support for Dropbox. MIT community members who have questions or need assistance using Dropbox can contact the IS&T Service Desk.