NetIDs are issued to members of the Cornell community and affiliates. A single individual can have only one NetID.
Members of the Cornell community are students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The faculty and staff category includes full-time and part-time...Read more
The Office of the CIO reports directly to the Vice President and Chief Global Information Officer Curtis Cole. The CIO oversees Cornell Information Technologies and collaborates with the...Read more
If your problem is that your storage space is full, the first step is to empty the trash.Log in to Google Photos using your Cornell ( netid @cornell.edu) account. In the left sidebar, click Trash ...Read more
The simplest method to copy your OneDrive data to one or many others is to create a team in Teams . Add each person who needs access as a...Read more
An IT@Cornell website improvement project has begun.Read more
A project has begun to make the IT@Cornell website easier and better to use, more accessible, and provide the benefits of updated web framework technology. IT@Cornell averages more than 350 thousand visits per month and contains more than three thousand knowledge, news, and service information...Read more
A project has begun to make the IT@Cornell website easier and better to use, more accessible, and provide the benefits of updated web framework technology.About the IT@Cornell Website
IT@Cornell averages more than 350 thousand visits per month on average and contains more than three...Read more
Some changes previously handled in WhoIAm now are requested using forms.Read more
Once disabled, any email sent to your Cornell email accounts will bounce , and you will not be able to access any mail currently in your mailbox. You will no longer be able to use your Cornell email address for password recovery.
All of these services will be affected...Read more