The IT Security Office strongly recommends that you turn on Google's 2-Step Verification for all Google activities, including G Suite. It is required for faculty and staff, but optional for student accounts. Two factor authentication greatly enhances your account's security.
Google's 2...Read more
Have you found it difficult to navigate the university’s many sources of information about research and compliance? Cornell’s Research Division recently launched Cornell Research Services site to provide a central spot for information about doing research at Cornell.Read more
The next Cornell DrupalCamp will be Friday, September 27, 2019, and the call for sessions is now open.Read more
You can easily create a location where anyone can send you files; they don't even need to have a Box account. You can give people a link or put a widget on most websites, blogs, or social networking services that support embedded HTML iframe code.
Files can be as large as 15 GB....Read more
Slack is a collaboration tool providing real-time online chat that allows media sharing, alerts, and discussion on any number of topics. There are many Slack channels (essentially online chat rooms). Anyone can join public channels; for private channels, anyone currently in the channel can...Read more
Support for most aspects of using the Qualtrics survey service is handled by the vendor. Beginning May 13, 2019, it will be necessary to sign in before submitting a help request to Qualtrics. The process is brief and goes through CUWebLogin , so you can use your Cornell NetID and password.Read more
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