Access from anywhere
Griffith offers flexible access for students and staff to connect, research, teach and learn while you roam in Australia and internationally.
Working with Office 365 and how to best work with files remotely.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) will allow you to do anything remotely that you do on campus.
Using multi-factor authentication (MFA)
We recommend installing MFA on two devices to ensure identity protection and data security when using Griffith applications.
Connect to files remotely
There are three options to connect to your network drives.
Secure storage and sharing of files by Griffith researchers and their collaborators at other institutions.
Use our tools to avoid hitting a paywall when you are off campus.
Ensure you have network connectivity either using your home Wi-Fi or cellular data.
Most Griffith applications such as email, Learning@Griffith, the library and standard software Microsoft Word and Microsoft Teams can be accessed using your sNumber login.
For specialised secure applications, VPN software is needed for home access.
Connecting to your files
Login with your sNumber to access your Microsoft One (or Google) drive.
There are three options to connect to your network drives G, H and Y.
1. G and H drives
Map your G and H drives while you are connected to Griffith Wi-Fi or working from home via a VPN connection.
2. Access your network storage
Access your network drives via Fileway when working from home with a VPN connection.