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Mail to active Cornell alumni accounts is no longer passing through Cornell infrastructure, except in the case of forwarding to an outside personal account, when an alum has requested it. 

Find answers to all your questions about Cornell’s IT services, including free tools to help you connect with colleagues, collaborate, stay organized, and more. Plus, review IT security tips to spot phishing attacks, protect your NetID and password, and keep your data and devices safe.

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.