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  • Active SIGs

    • The AV SIG provides forums for AV professionals from across the university to network, interact, and share campus-wide and market-wide technology trends. The AV SIG guides technology and feature...
    • The Business Analysis Special Interest Group promotes and supports the understanding and practice of Business Analysis on the Cornell Campus. Our aim is to provide a supportive community for the...
    • The Cornell Databases Special Interest Group is for all things related to DB software, including installation, configuration, administration, backup, recovery, performance, and more. Meets...
    • Drupal SIG meetings are open to anyone interested in Drupal at any level. It's not just for developers, even though the presentations have focused on development topics. We always include space...
    • This SIG started in September 2017 and is co-sponsored by CIT and University Communications. The group is open to anyone at Cornell who writes or designs newsletters, email campaigns, or other...
    • The IT Security SIG is a monthly meeting open to all Cornell security liaisons, technical support providers, and those interested in learning more about security-related topics. The primary goal...
    • With the rules and methodologies mandated by the PCI-DSS for credit card processing constantly evolving, Cash Management and the IT Security Office have created a regular meeting where departments...
    • The mission of the group is to bring together active and potential users and developers and administrators of SharePoint and related technologies for knowledge sharing, exploration, and discussion...
    • The Cornell Software Development SIG (SD-SIG) is meant for anyone actively developing software or just interested in software development. This SD-SIG's goals are to: Provide a...
    • The Cornell User Experience (UX) SIG provides a forum for developers, designers, or anyone interested in the development or redesign of an application or website...

    Join or Create a SIG

    • As interests in technology evolve on campus, so too does interest and activity in a SIG. If there's not an active SIG for your specific area, or if it's gone quiet, consider forming or restarting...
    • There are many ways to get involved with a SIG, and your level of involvement is up to you. You might choose to attend every meeting of a SIG or just the ones that interest you. You might keep an...