CIT is working with your department’s IT staff to make your system safer. Certified Desktop, a new service for faculty and staff, is a suite of state-of-the-art security tools to protect your computer and its valuable data – without affecting your day-to-day work.
In early December, the DNS records for pop.cornell.edu, imap.cornell.edu, and smtp.cornell.edu will change from pointing to Cornell systems to pointing to Office 365.
Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) is offering free research workshops this fall.
The majority of this year’s DrupalCamp sessions have been posted, and the lineup is shaping up to be great for anyone with an interest in Drupal, beginner to expert, and developer and non-developer alike!
Staff and faculty will be able to choose between local or cloud storage for their Zoom recordings.
Registration is open for Cornell DrupalCamp Five.
The vendor for Cornell’s e-list service (Lyris) continues to work on a problem affecting calendar invitations from Office 365.
A Cornell Police ride-along program for the ADI Diversity of Thought training initiative received overwhelmingly positive feedback.
Last spring it was announced that after a year-long review of our academic learning management system (LMS) needs, Cornell will be moving from Blackboard to Canvas.
To improve accessibility for your Zoom meetings you can caption your meeting. Zoom provides a closed captioning option
Video on Demand provides staff and faculty with a place to share and store video, audio, and images.
On August 6-8, 2018 over 250 Cornell staff and staff from visiting colleges attended Cornell's first Web Accessibility Camp.
This week, the university’s Longview budget management and planning software was successfully upgraded from version 7.3 to the latest version, Longview 2017.
Three preliminary changes have been made to Who I Am as part of the process to move student email routing off campus on October 7, 2018.
Fiscal Year 2018 was the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion's most active year yet!
The previously announced change to student email routing has been rescheduled for October 7, 2018.
Remedy will be unavailable on Friday, August 3, 2018 starting at 9:00pm to 9:00am on Saturday, August 4 for upgrades. Although Remedy will be offline during the upgrade, all emails or notifications sent to Remedy during that time will be processed as soon as the upgrade is completed.
Google is in the process of changing the look and feel of Gmail, including Cornell Google accounts.
Drupal community members are invited to submit a session proposal for Cornell DrupalCamp V.
Investigation of Zoom audio issues has turned up a range of causes, rather than a single problem within the service.