News: June 2019
Join fellow Drupal and web professionals and enthusiasts at Cornell DrupalCamp, September 27, 2019.
Have you found it difficult to navigate the university’s many sources of information about research and compliance? Cornell’s Research Division recently launched Cornell Research Services site to provide a central spot for information about doing research at Cornell.
Starting with macOS 10.14 (Mojave), if you use Mail and Calendar to access your Cornell Office 365 email and calendar account, you can take advantage of added security with Two-Step Login for Office 365.
When hosting a Zoom meeting, Cornell faculty and staff can choose between local or cloud recording options. Zoom cloud recordings will automatically transfer to Cornell's Video on Demand service, archived for each user under the My Media library.
The CU Blogs Service team is initiating the process to deactivate abandoned sites in order to provide a streamlined service uncluttered by old, unwanted, unmanaged sites with stale content.
On Sunday, June 23, 2019, between 4:00am and noon, CIT Network Engineering will upgrade the Managed Firewall service to the latest version of code. During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent Managed Firewall and CIT Data Center Firewall outages of three to five minutes.
Approximately 150 staff from Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) joined David Lifka, Vice President for Information Technologies and Chief Information Officer, to recognize colleagues who have been Cornell employees for five or more years.
Now it's even easier to collect Box content submissions from both your Cornell colleagues and extended networks with the new File Request feature. Box users can generate File Request links and share them with anyone. Collaborate efficiently, while maintaining security.
To ensure continued growth and optimization of network systems and infrastructure, CIT Network Engineering will replace the CIT data center routers with new hardware. The cutover is scheduled for Sunday, June 16, 2019, between 4:00am and noon.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, June 12, 2019, from 10:30am to noon in Weill 221. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.
Effective June 4, 2019, Two-Step Login now supports using your security key, or U2F token, with Firefox as well as Chrome.
To protect student information and privacy, some of the information that was previously provided by default in the Cornell Directory will be hidden from unauthorized applications on Monday, June 24, 2019.
The next Cornell DrupalCamp will be Friday, September 27, 2019, and the call for sessions is now open.
The Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion, of which CIT is a member, once again thanks everyone who participated in this year’s training events!
Kaltura Personal Capture personal video and rich media creation tool is now available for the Cornell Video on Demand Service.