- All U-M students, faculty and staff receive access to certain cloud storage services for saving and sharing files, including U-M Google Drive and U-M Dropbox.
- When using the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) for Windows, students and faculty instructors can access their U-M cloud storage services directly using Kumo.
- Kumo allows you to mount U-M Google Drive and U-M Dropbox as network drives, so you can save your files without needing a separate client or browser window.
Kumo is a service available on all CLSE WIndows lab computers that allows you to map your U-M cloud-based storage services (e.g. Google Drive or Dropbox) as network drives. To start using the service, you must first log in at the Kumo website and authorize your U-M cloud storage accounts to be mounted as network drives on CAEN Windows computers. After authorizing, you will see them mounted as optional network drives each time you sign into a CAEN Windows computer:
Using Kumo is preferred over installing “sync” clients or using a web browser, which can utilize much more network resources.
Setting Up Kumo
For further instructions on setting up Kumo on a CAEN Windows computer, refer to our knowledge base.
Questions or problems with using Kumo can be directed to the CAEN Help Desk.