Accessing FileCloud

Your FileCloud administrator will provide you with a FileCloud account.

  • An administrator can configure FileCloud to allow you to create your own account.
  • An administrator can also configure FileCloud to require admin approval before connecting
  • You will notified by email when trying to connect (Admin approval pending) 

  • You will also be notified by email when the administrator has approved the device you are trying to connect with
  • Once an user account is created, it can be assigned different access levels.

What types of accounts are there?

Upon receiving your account details, you can access FileCloud in the following ways:

  • Windows
    We use the cloud sync API, which became available with Windows 10, build 17763. This is the minimum version we support.
    Above this version we support all Windows versions that Microsoft supports.
    See Supported versions of Windows client and Windows Server release information.
    Note that Windows Server 2016, build 14393 < 17763, is not supported.

  Log into the User Portal 

  Install the Chrome Browser Extension so you can save to FileCloud

  Install the Gmail Extension

Access your data on the go!

  Apple iOS app 

  Android App

Don't want to use the browser? No problem!

Use a desktop client for Windows, Mac, or Linux OS.

  FileCloud Drive

  FileCloud Sync

  FileCloud Drive for Mac

  Use a WebDAV client

  What's the difference between FileCloud Drive and FileCloud Sync?

Working on a Microsoft document and don't want to leave?

Install the Microsoft Outlook Add-In

Install FileCloud for Office - This is an Office integration add-in for FileCloud Sync and FileCloud Drive clients. It supports automatic file-lock management, share management and version visibility for: 

  • Word 
  • Excel 
  • PowerPoint