News: April 2020
Cornell leadership has confirmed that the COHSEC project will continue on schedule for a mid-May launch for EHS and Occupational Medicine.
When you’re organizing a Zoom session, it’s important to take steps to prevent unwanted attendees and unwanted behavior (“zoombombing”). Options include setting passwords, limiting who can enter your meeting, restricting what attendees can do in the...
On April 26, 2020, Zoom will turn off v1 of its API. To reduce the number of changes that day, CIT will turn off an old integration between Google Calendar and Zoom on April 22.
Cornell Two-Step Login now supports security keys when using Safari for macOS or Microsoft Edge.
If you're not already using Duo Mobile for Two-Step Login, it's easy to set up for secure, convenient access wherever you are. Two-Step Login secures your personal information and protects your access to Cornell systems, even when you aren't on campus.
Zoom has released an update, version 4.6.10, that will offer meeting owners more convenient access to options that can make their meetings more secure and safe from Zoombombing and phishing risks.
Zoombombing is when an unwanted attendee—possibly from outside the university—disrupts an online meeting. It’s been on the rise as web meetings become essential to keep higher education going. The university has taken steps to reduce the likelihood and...