Loyola Secure Transfer
Loyola Secure Transfer is a file sharing service available to all Loyola students, faculty, and staff with a valid UVID. Share files of any size with other users in a easy, fast, and secure method that gives you as much control over the downloads as you desire. Set expiration dates, limit the number of downloads, and create links for public access to specified files.
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