News: November 2017
On Monday, December 4, 2017, a new feature of Adobe Sign will help speed document preparation by auto-identifying fields that are potentially fillable on an uploaded document.
Cornell staff and faculty are invited to this free online training. Linux Academy offers 1,200 hours of video content as well as labs for hands-on training.
Beginning Saturday, December 16, Cornell phone numbers will be shown on caller ID when calling off-campus numbers. This change is necessary to support the university’s new 911 system, launching January 10, 2018, to provide the necessary location information in emergencies.
More improvements are on the way for Box collaboration and storage.
Please join us for a special IT@Cornell Community Meeting on Thursday, November 30, hosted by Dave Lifka, vice president for information technologies and CIO. The meeting will include a presentation by Swanson Director of Engineering Simulation Rajesh Bhaskaran on how students are using Amazon...
In October, the ILR School became the first Cornell college to require all faculty to use Two-Step Login for all sites using CUWebLogin.
Cornell Police and the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Office of Emergency Management have turned to CIT to help expand the delivery of emergency alerts to a greater range of individuals on campus, using a wide array of connected devices, networks, and enterprise information systems.
To use Microsoft Office Mobile applications like Outlook Mail and Calendar on your iPhone or iPad, your iOS device now requires iOS 10.0 or later. While older versions of Outlook will still work on devices running iOS 9, these devices will not get new app updates and users can expect a...
DrupalCamp 2017 brought in approximately 150 participants, with sessions focusing on Drupal 8, Drupal and Salesforce integrations, and much more. A key focus this year was on web accessibility.
CIT is working to add support for Office 365 to Two-Step Login, with release anticipated by early spring 2018.
While we launched Zoom in fall 2016 and have seen an increase in remote meetings, there may be some neat functions about the service that you aren’t familiar with yet. Even if you’ve become a Zoom regular, we invite you to check out these features.
While continuing to hear stories of underrepresented and first-generation students lagging behind or switching out of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors, three women, one at Cornell and two at the University at Buffalo (UB), saw an opportunity to shift the story. They...