News: February 2016
A new wave of ransomware (malicious software that encrypts files for ransom) is being reported in the news and by some users within the Cornell community.
Join the Cornell Online Learning Community (COLC) meeting on March 1st at 3:00pm in G10 Biotech. Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff and Associate Vice Provost for Online Learning Paul Krause will be the keynote speakers.
CIT and Maverick Solutions are offering a three-day training for the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, better known as OBIEE Answers.
This time of year there are many tax-related scams consumers should be on the look out for.
A number of IT@Cornell staff are attending the Salesforce Higher Ed Summit, March 30 - April 1 in New Orleans.
Cornell’s Two-Step Login service is getting a new look on February 14. Users will see new versions of the authentication prompt and the screens they use to manage their Two-Step Login devices.
Next week an upgrade to Remedy may mean that some users will no longer see the Service CI notification when switching services that says: “You have modified the Service or CI. Would you like to keep the existing Service or CI relationships?”
To improve our network connections on campus we are upgrading our core routers on campus. The scheduled cutover will be happening Sunday, February 14, 2016 between 5:00am – 7:00am.
Oracle retired premium support for Hyperion/Brio products as of May 2015. Oracle’s Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, or OBIEE, will be the CIT supported replacement for reporting at Cornell.
The Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) represents diversity planning efforts of the Division of Financial Affairs, Cornell Information Technologies, University Audit, University Investments, the Office of the President (including Commencement), and the Offices of the Provost, Dean of...