Mobile Security

Mobile devices, such as smart phones, PDAs, and tablets, are computers with advanced operating systems capable of running robust applications and storing large amounts of data. It is essential that you enable the appropriate security controls to protect the data you store and access on them. In addition, the use of any mobile device to send, receive, view, transmit or store University related data must adhere to the Policy on Responsible Use of NYU Computers and Data.

Creating a Voice Mail Password

All cell phones should have a voice mail password set. Follow the ServiceLink knowledge base links below for instructions on how to create a passcode for your Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint voicemail inbox.

Device Security

Visit the ServiceLink knowledge base for device-specific security instructions.

NYU Email and Calendar Access

If you'd like to set up a mobile device to access your NYU Email and other NYU Google Apps, you will need to set a Google Apps password at start.nyu.edu (this is different from your NetID password). You will then need to configure your mobile device; see NYU Email / Calendar: Desktop application and mobile device setup for instructions.