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How Many Ways Can You Duo?

Are you set up to bypass a Duo bypass code?

Save $250 On Your Smartsheet Subscription

Smartsheet will give a significant discount to its service if 300 current or new subscribers opt for the Enterprise version. Details on IT@Cornell.

July Meeting of the Software Development Special Interest Group

The Software Development Special Interest Group (SD-SIG) will meet on Thursday July 25 at 10:30 AM over zoom.

IT Security Special Interest Group (SIG) Agenda for July

Cornell security liaisons, technical support providers, and those interested in learning more about security-related topics are invited to join the monthly IT Security SIG meeting. This month, topics include the August ice cream social, a Secure Connect update, and vulnerability management updates.

New TeamDynamix Mobile App Available

On Wednesday, June 26, 2024, TeamDynamix released a mobile app for the platform, allowing support staff and technicians to connect using a mobile device. Instructions for installing and registering the app can be found on IT@Cornell’s TeamDynamix Mobile App page.

Video on Demand Service Changes Coming This Summer

Cornell’s vendor for the Video on Demand service will be making changes during summer 2024 that will impact videos managed by Cornell content owners and videos posted on other sites using Video on Demand embed codes.

PMI Workshop: Empowering Project Managers with PMI AI Tools

The PMI Ithaca Branch is hosting an in-person workshop on August 2, 2024, in Ithaca, NY. This half-day workshop will focus on empowering project managers with PMI AI tools and Microsoft Power Apps.

Save the Date: Next Emerging Tech Dialogue Event is October 15, 2024

The next Emerging Tech Dialogue event will be held October 15, 2024. Mark your calendars and join us this fall for a day of collaboration and innovation.

Don’t Let the Snowflake Breach Roll Into Cornell

At the end of May a single individual’s compromised password snowballed into an avalanche of stolen login credentials for some major corporations. Even though this did not happen at Cornell, this breach could cause problems on our campus. Take some easy steps today to protect your Cornell, and your personal, accounts.

EZ-Backup Service Transitions to Cohesity Before December 2024

The migration of Cornell's server backup services to Cohesity is expected to be complete by December 2024.

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