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What is JHBox?

Last Updated: Nov 04, 2016  |  38 Views
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Note: JHBox is a faculty and staff resource. Students can use a similar service called JShare


Johns Hopkins faculty and staff have access to a file sharing and storage service called Johns Hopkins Box (JHBox).

JHBox is a free, secure cloud-based service allowing you to collaborate and share information through any device—desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone. With JHBox, you can easily upload content, organize files, share links to files, and manage file and folder permissions. Because JHBox meets all HIPAA compliance standards, this secure cloud platform is ideal for collaboration, external sharing, and mobile productivity.

You may use JHBox to collaborate with colleagues inside and outside Johns Hopkins. Each Johns Hopkins user account has an ample 50GB of document storage space.

Access your JHBox account through the myJH portal at, Cloud Apps quicklink. Support materials are available here:, or for additional help and information, contact

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