News: November 2018
The IT@Cornell Symposium on Big Data will feature a keynote from Brian Beach, a senior solutions architect with Amazon Web Services where he focuses on higher education customers.
Microsoft will end support for all Mac versions of System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) on Monday, December 31, 2018. If you're currently using any version of SCEP for Mac, plan to migrate to a replacement endpoint protection product for Mac clients.
December 3, 2018, the DNS records for pop.cornell.edu, imap.cornell.edu, and smtp.cornell.edu will change from pointing to Cornell systems to pointing to Office 365.
The Net-Print (PaperCut) web interface will receive improvements on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.
Cornell University was recognized as the overall 2018 Cloud Leadership winner at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in October.
Box Drive released a new feature on October 31, enabling you to work offline.
Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) Box users can collaborate with faculty, students, and staff at Cornell's Ithaca campus by logging in to Box through the WCM authentication system in their browser before accepting a Box invitation.
Outlook on the Web has keyboard shortcut keys. If you don't think you'll ever use this feature, you may want to turn it off.
CIT will be turning on Google's option for offline mail in Cornell G Suite (formerly Cmail) on November 11, 2018.
Reproducible Research @ Cornell, a set of events on November 28-29, 2018.
Code42 admins—so you’ve managed to capture the backup needs of your users in one or more child organizations? Congratulations! However, change is inevitable—and necessary. Bring a lunch and join us on Friday, Nov. 9, to discuss the ins and outs of changing the configuration of an organization...
Some Cornell faculty and staff who have Adobe Acrobat Pro are being prompted for a sign-in at launch. To fix this issue, faculty and staff who must have Acrobat Pro to do their university work need to apply for a new license under Cornell's current Adobe contract.