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On October 1, 2022, Microsoft will permanently disable Basic Authentication (“Basic Auth”) for Exchange email tenants. Basic Auth is an outdated authentication standard that allows users to connect to their mailbox using only a username and password and its continued use...

The Ithaca Branch of Project Management Institute (PMI), Rochester, will host an online talk by RJ Davies, Friday, January 14, 2022, from 12noon to 1:15pm. The topic will be "Leadership in Project Management." There is a small registration fee, but attendees do not need to be PMI members. Find...

Beginning in mid-January 2022, Two-Step Login users who authenticate using a USB security key (hardware token) will need to update their key and should expect an extra step in their login process. Google has announced it will end support for the U2F authentication standard in Chrome. To...

On Sunday, December 19, 2021, between 5am and 7am, CIT Network Engineering will upgrade code on wireless controllers and access points. During the maintenance window, users can expect a brief outage of approximately 10-15 minutes for all Cornell Wi-Fi networks (eduroam, RedRover, and Cornell-...

CIT Administrative and Collaborative Applications is seeking interested users for testing Confluence and Jira in a non-production environment. Cornell users who would like to join this round of testing should contact Kent Dalpan at kdd36@cornell.edu. This...

The holidays are a great time to celebrate. Don't let criminals steal your good cheer. Be aware of scams that prey on your busy schedule and charitable giving. This year, the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency have observed an increase in highly impactful ransomware...

Cornell’s implementation of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions will be migrating from the current external provider’s private cloud to Cornell’s Amazon Web Services environment. The cutover to the migrated production system is scheduled for March 3–6, 2022. Much of the university’s essential business...

On December 13, 2021, between 8am and 12noon, the TeamDynamix sandbox environment will be refreshed with content from the production system. This refresh will affect all Cornell TeamDynamix instances. During the maintenance window, users will be unable to log in to the sandbox for dev/test...

The President's Awards for Employee Excellence recognize the achievements of Cornell faculty and staff who excel in their roles, both in skills and performance. Congratulations to the 11 CIT staff who were honored as winners at the 8th annual event, plus four more who were nominated!

The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, December 8, 2021, from 10:30am-12noon on Zoom. Through a cross-campus partnership, this will be a joint session with the Software Development SIG (SD-SIG). Join us for this special event!

Looking for more information on a popular support topic? This list is updated regularly to reflect the topics Cornell users are most interested in seeing! Here are the top 10 visited pages for IT@Cornell services. For each, just follow the handy links to reach documentation that is designed to...

Oracle has changed its Java licensing. This limits Cornell University's ability to use certain versions of Java on university-owned systems. Java users can continue using Oracle Java usage their use complies with the new license agreement. If not, users must: u...

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