News: February 2020
The Scheduling@Cornell launch has been delayed until Monday, March 2, 2020.
Due to the most recent updates on COVID-19, as well as the president’s statement prohibiting non-essential events of more than 100 people, we have decided to cancel the 2020 event. Be sure to save the date for the next Inclusive Excellence Summit, which will be held April 21, 2021.
The project to shift Cornell outgoing email traffic from smtp.cornell.edu to Cornell's mail service providers is complete.
Adobe Sign will introduce a new streamlined dashboard on March 12, 2020*. The updated interface is designed to highlight the most common actions and make e-signature tools more visible and easier to use. (*Note: Adobe has delayed this update until mid-to-late March 2020.)
March 2020 space requestor training for Scheduling@Cornell, the new academic and event scheduling system.
Effective March 10, 2020, Duo Mobile for Windows Phone will no longer be available from the Windows Phone app store. This will have no effect on mobile app authentications for users who have already installed and activated the app — Duo is only discontinuing new downloads of the mobile app for...
The Project Management Institute–Rochester, Ithaca Branch, will host a talk by consultant and facilitator Michael J. Swenson on the topic, "What's Trust Got to Do with It?" on Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
Due to the most recent updates on COVID-19, we have decided to cancel the 2020 event. Be sure to join us for next year's IT@Cornell Hobby and Talent Showcase.
By February 7, 2020, the project to decommission smtp.cornell.edu will have removed access for all Cornell mail accounts that connected fewer than 200 times between January 15 and 27.
The new academic and events scheduling system Scheduling@Cornell is on track to be released Monday, February 24, 2020.