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What You Don't Know About Zoom: Tips and Features

While we launched Zoom in fall 2016 and have seen an increase in remote meetings, there may be some neat functions about the service that you aren’t familiar with yet. Even if you’ve become a Zoom regular, we invite you to check out these features.

National Cyber Security Awareness Month: Tips for Your Family

This week, NCSAM content was focused on materials that can help coach family members on IT security.

Tips to Keep Your Personal Identity Safe

Online risks don't end when the work day does. Here are some tips to protect your personal identity and information, too.

Holiday Phishing Scams

This holiday season, watch out for email spam with subjects like:

  • Holiday e-card
  • Holiday sales/discounts/deals
  • Travel notifications

Upcoming OU changes in Active Directory 9/20

In order to reflect organizational changes at Cornell, on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, there will be a number of OU changes in Active Directory which will affect user objects. These are all changes to the OU=Staff,OU=NetIDs,OU=CUniv,DC=cornell,DC=edu hierarchy.

FY17 Rate Changes for IT Services

Rate change information for FY17 for the following services: Shared File Services, Desktop Everywhere, Endpoint Management Tools, Managed AV, Custom Web Development, Voice and Data.

Tax Fraud Alerts

This time of year there are many tax-related scams consumers should be on the look out for.

AAUW-Cortland and Ithaca to host dynamic math and science program for girls

The Cortland and Ithaca branches of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) have been awarded a $5,000 grant to help fund Tech Savvy, a daylong event designed to show girls firsthand how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields can lead to exciting careers.

Watch Out for These Scams This Holiday Season

It's definitely the most wonderful time of the year for cyber scammers! Especially during the holidays, the Internet is a place where anyone can appear to be someone they are not, then disappear without a trace after perpetrating a crime.

At Cornell we value your privacy. To view
our university's privacy practices, including
information use and third parties, visit University Privacy.