Safe Travels: Mobile Device and Data Security on the Road

Checklists are often useful when planning for a trip. They can keep you from finding yourself at the airport counter without your passport or at a hotel with an incompatible cell phone charger. But while travelers are mostly worried about what physically goes into their luggage and carry-ons, most don’t give the proper attention to preparing their electronic devices for travel. More →

NYU Docs/Drive

This summer, NYU Information Technology Services (ITS) added NYU Drive as an enhancement to NYU Docs. Now known as “NYU Docs/Drive,” you can still create and collaborate using this service in the same way you did before. In fact, organizing your documents is even easier and storage has increased to 5GB. More →

NYU ServiceLink: Improving Customer Service Across the University

NYU ServiceLink, a new University-wide resource focused on improving how the University provides improved customer service, began rolling out to the NYU community on November 15. The first phase of this initiative included adoption of a new service request/case management system by service centers and help desks supporting IT in Abu Dhabi and in New York (both general and Stern-specific); Human Resources, Payroll and Benefits; and financial reporting inquiries as part of the University Data Warehouse’s new Decision Support Group. More →

NYU Mobile App: Take a Scroll Through NYU

NYU Mobile is the University’s first official mobile app, designed to connect students, faculty, and staff to the information they need from anywhere with cell service. NYU’s Digital Communications Group, which spans University Relations and Public Affairs (URPA) and Information Technology Services (ITS), led the development of the NYU Mobile app, with additional support from Student Affairs. More →

The Digital Studio: NYU’s Front Door for Technology and Scholarship

The Digital Studio, a collaboration of NYU Libraries and Information Technology Services, is located on the fifth floor of Bobst Library in an area known as the Research Commons. The Digital Studio offers a wide range of services in support of research and instruction, including video and audio capture; production and publication; live audio and video capture; and photo, slide, and text scanning. More →