Thanks to a research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) has developed 100 gigabit per second (Gbps) networking at Cornell, bringing the next generation of networking connectivity directly to the university’s faculty and student researchers...Read more
You can add Zoom Session information to your meetings scheduled in Outlook. The steps listed below assume you have already scheduled the Outlook meeting and are going back to add the Zoom info, but you can use the same procedures to add Zoom info as you create the Outlook meeting.
Only list administrators may request a complete listing of members of...Read more
The Student Printing Service project is committed to delivering a consistent and equitable printing experience for Cornell students.Read more
You will get the best performance if you open files from your Temporary Drive or Temporary Files location within the stream. Before working...Read more
A known issue exists where a lengthy string (usually 30+ characters) of random letters, numbers, and characters will appear in the attendee list instead of a person's name. This can happen if you are not using the most recent version of the Zoom desktop app.
Run the Zoom app on your...Read more
In order to address potential security issues, some changes are occurring with Cornell's Confluence Wiki and Box document collaboration services.Read more
Apps on Demand is Cornell's implementation of Amazon AppStream 2.0, which allows users to access desktop applications through their HTML5-capable web browsers. This for-fee service's main goal is to provide specialized software necessary for each course without requiring each student to...Read more
In order to better meet accessibility standards, CIT implemented coding changes that had a small effect on the way the CUWebLogin page looks. In case your eagle eyes spotted the changes, we wanted to reassure you that you are on a valid page.New Version (beginning February 24, 2019)...Read more