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Beginning in December, Cornell will discontinue a Two-Step Login (Duo) authentication method—the Duo Mobile App passcode feature. Evidence has shown that the continued use of Duo Mobile App passcodes poses a security risk to the Cornell systems and users' personal information. If you regularly...

Code42, the file backup and restore service that forms an important component of Cornell’s Certified Desktop suite of security tools, will again be called CrashPlan, as of October 17, 2022.

Beginning November 1, 2022, Cornell’s Center for Advanced Computing and Weill Cornell Medicine Scientific Computing, ITS, and Clinical and Translational Science Center are launching a new Scientific Computing Training Series. The Zoom-based training is available for free to all workforce...

The Azure Authentication project is upgrading the sign-in process for Microsoft services like Office 365, ensuring that Cornell has the latest authentication security and features. While the new Microsoft sign-in looks slightly different, you will continue to log in as you do now with a...

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The next Higher Ed DevOps Meetup is Wednesday, October 5, 2022, from 2–3:30pm ET via Zoom. Join us for an engaging dialogue. On the agenda: Phil Fenstermacher, manager of systems design and architecture at William & Mary, will present on how the university manages various systems through...

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