News: March 2021
AppSMTP, a service used to deliver email to users from multi-function printers and scanners, applications, and monitoring devices, has been updated. Owners and administrators of processes that use AppSMTP must register their device and application email processes before April...
Starting April 4, 2021, two in-demand, but previously unavailable, Zoom features will become available for Cornell Zoom hosts: in-meeting file transfers and the ability to create exceptions that allow specified non-Cornell users to join Zoom sessions that otherwise require...
Many aspects of Qualtrics will be changing March 31, 2021
CIT has started a process of deleting ownerless content from Box.
A change will take effect when Cornell's campus license with Microsoft renews in May 2022.
The WebSSO Modernization Project, which includes retiring CUWebAuth and migrating to Shibboleth, continues to move forward with a focus on customer outreach and support to help expedite the migration process. The project team is currently reviewing all websites requiring Shibboleth conversion...
Microsoft will turn off Skype for Business service on July 31, 2021.
Starting Wednesday, March 17, 2021, the TeamDynamix project team will enable an app that provides search and messaging integration between TeamDynamix and Microsoft Teams.
Think you're missing an important email that you expected from health authorities about the COVID-19 vaccine? Don’t forget to check email filters and junk or spam folders!
Starting Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Two-Step Login for Office 365 will be required for Cornell faculty and academic NetID accounts.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, March 10, 2021, from 10:30am-12noon on Zoom. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.
Live auto-captioning for Zoom meetings and webinars is available for Cornell Zoom hosts. This free, powerful service uses real-time automatic speech recognition (ASR) technology to deliver in-session captions and live transcripts.