The links below provide an overview of some of the most important IT policies covering security and your responsibilities as an IT employee at Cornell.Awareness of Confidential Data
You are obligated to do your work in compliance with...Read more
IT@Cornell employees collaborate and network across units, CIT, and all of campus. There are many opportunities and groups for this to happen, including through events, conferences, collaboration tools, email lists, and social media.Events
IT@Cornell is comprised of two university-structured groups, encompassing almost all of the approximately 700 campus IT employees.Office of the CIO and Cornell Information Technologies (CIT)...Read more
The Office of Data Architecture and Analysis ( ODAA ) is a unit within CIT Information Systems, and facilitates regular meetings of campus and central data analysts and reporters in an effort to share knowledge of existing systems and solutions. ODAA assists Cornell departments in the areas of...Read more
Welcome to the IT@Cornell orientation guide for Cornell University. Whether you are a new or seasoned employee, or moving into a new position within IT@Cornell, these pages can help guide you through all the business processes, administrative functions, and resources available to IT employees...Read more
Mail (also known as Apple Mail) is the email application included with Mac OS X.
The combination of Mail with Apple's calendar application and Address Book offers powerful ways to integrate your email, calendar, task lists, and address book, and many options for organizing your email...Read more