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The following utilities meet industry best practices for data sanitization on common read/write media including:

Hard disks Floppy disks USB drives Utility Disk File PC/Win Mac Other DBAN
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Conference calling on a campus phone allows group audio conversations. Analog phones allow three party members and digital phones allow six party members.

Additionally, you can host conference calls using the Zoom service.Read more

Voice mail (AUDIX) provides the ability to receive and send voice mail messages to other campus voice mail users.

In addition this service can be used for:

Bulletin Boards: A bulletin board allows a user to establish a prerecorded announcement to inform or redirect callers...Read more

From Merriam-Webster online:

unsolicited, usually commercial email sent to a large number of addresses

noun

etymology: from a skit...Read more

The Spam Control service (PureMessage) at Cornell has been retired and is no longer available.

Microsoft (for Office 365) and Google (for Cmail/ G Suite) handle spam filtering for their services. These providers do not include the kind of spam quarantine feature that...Read more

Starting Sunday, April 10, 2016 you can now opt in to using two-factor authentication to enhance security for your NetID and password not just where it is required but with all campus services that require the standard Cornell web login.Read more

The Managed Firewall service protects the campus networks with a system of distributed firewalls. These firewalls result in an efficient, economical, and flexible system that allows units at Cornell to control their necessary level of protection.

Contemporary threat protection, including...Read more

You can edit Microsoft Office documents stored in Box either online using the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Online apps, or on your computer desktop using the full version of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. Groups can simultaneously edit and collaborate on Microsoft Office files on the desktop or...Read more

Deepen your skills in the Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), Adobe Creative Cloud (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro, etc.), technical courses on networking, security, coding, website development, etc., professional effectiveness in the workplace, data...Read more

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