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Certified Desktop is licensed and deployed to campus units by IT support professionals. Individual users who are interested in installing the data security tools that are part of Certified Desktop on their Cornell-owned laptop or desktop computer should contact...Read more

How can Cornell safeguard privacy for services provided by Google?

Cornell's commitment to privacy has not changed as a consequence of offering G Suite.

As with all decisions that Cornell makes regarding information technologies, privacy and security are key...Read more

Cornell provides licenses for Spirion to be installed on Cornell-owned computers only, including those not located on university property. For example, if the computer at your house is owned by Cornell, you can install Spirion with a Cornell license. Discuss this with your local technical...Read more

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

IT@Cornell Website:

The website you are currently viewing was developed by Custom Development in partnership with the IT Communications team. The new website features a modern design, enhanced search and...Read more

What Kinds of Changes in My Status with Cornell Might Change My Access to Services?

Cornell links which services you can access with the role or relationship that you have with the university. CIT works with the offices of record, sponsors, and service providers to adjust your privileges when...Read more

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