Beginning Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 11am ET, the security of the NYU Start Page will be enhanced by requiring the use of NYU Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). A few minor improvements to the site’s menu and page organization will also go into effect at that time, with major improvements planned for next fall.
You may be sharing your NYU Box files with more people than you think. The NYU IT Security Blog has some tips to reduce unintended disclosure via link sharing.
Read the March 2019 issue of NYU’s Digital Accessibility News to stay on top of the University’s accessibility guidelines and initiatives. The page also includes links to tools, tutorials, and resources you can use to make sure you’re building and maintaining an accessible online presence.
George Sadowsky was the Director of NYU’s Academic Computing Facility and the Director of Network Services at ITS prior to his retirement in November, 2000. This article, originally published in the spring 2001 issue of Connect, was an excerpt from reminiscences given by George.
The new Navigating Research Technology site guides researchers through the many research technology resources offered by NYU IT and the NYU Libraries, including digital library and archiving tools, high performance computing, data services, 3D scanning and printing, and more.
When you access the NYU Roam Wireless network at the beginning of each new calendar year, you will be presented with an alert asking you to validate a security certificate before connecting. When you see the prompt, simply “Accept” the renewed certificate and connect as usual.
Overleaf is a collaborative, online LaTeX and Rich Text editor designed to make the process of writing, editing, and producing research papers and project reports much quicker for you and your collaborators. Overleaf Professional accounts are now available to all NYU community members.
NYU Email’s redesigned web interface — which was first offered on an opt-in basis in July 2018 — is now becoming mandatory for all users. The core functions remain the same; the new look simply adds a few options and renames or relocates others.
NYU handles issues with the NYURoam Wireless network seriously and is always working to improve the service. However, there are a few things that are often interpreted as slow or unreliable wireless that are actually caused by something else. Here are a few potential culprits.
The LaGuardia Co-op provides computer workstations, collaboration space, and other resources. In the lower level, you’ll find a gaming lounge, VR console, and other ways to help you temporarily take your mind off your coursework — unless, that is, your course work involves gaming and VR. In which case, the Co-op still has you covered.