Individual–Use Electronic Devices

Individual-use electronic devices, as defined in the UVA Policy: IRM-003: Data Protection of University Information, are: electronic equipment, whether owned by the University or an individual, that has a storage device or persistent memory, including, but not limited to: desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices.  For purposes of this policy, the term does not include shared purpose devices, such as servers (including shared drives), printers, copiers, routers, switches, firewall hardware, clinical workstations, medical devices (e.g., EKG machines), etc.