Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) celebrated many members of staff who have been Cornell employees for five or more years. Several staff members were recognized for more than forty years of service.
The Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion has announced that eighteen students will begin working in June within the Division of Financial Affairs, Cornell Information Technologies, Student and Campus Life, and the offices of Planning and Budget, and University Audit.
Summer is always a busy time for the CIT computer labs, and this summer is no exception. New labs, new computers, new and...
The IT Service Desk at The Cornell Store is closing on May 25, 2017. Walk-in support will still be close by, at the Computing and Communications Center (CCC).
Work with Cornell websites? CIT's Custom Development team is offering four free 4-hour workshops on website accessibility testing. Learn what tools to use to test a website for conformity to accessibility standards.
On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 the new Box user interface will be turned on for all Box users. Since the beginning of February Box users have seen a message when they enter Box presenting them with the option to enable the new Box experience.
End users have received information that the end of support for the WebEx service is Friday, June 16, 2017.
IT Director for IPP Debra Howell writes about the last ITConnects session on leading a multigenerational workforce.
The 2017 MOR Leaders Conference will focus on the theme “Reimagining IT.” This virtual conference will take place June 20, from 12:00-4:00pm (lunch will be provided at 11:30am) in 401 Physical Sciences Building....
The CIT Information Systems team will retire 58,000 CNAMEs on Monday, May 22, 2017 that were created during the Office 365 project. For the most part these CNAMEs are no longer used. However, some users may still have their Thunderbird, or other IMAP client, configured to use their personal...
Another diversity training cycle concluded in mid-April, and the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) thanks everyone who participated in this year’s training events!
Box users already using the new Box interface now have the option of activating the new Excel Online Previewer. The Excel Online Previewer is more powerful than the standard preview experience.
In order to better serve Cornell, CIT’s Cloudification team, along with the Center for Advanced Computing, is conducting a survey to understand the needs, interests, and challenges of our campus partners, as more and more departments move applications to the Cloud.
Faculty and Staff will now be able to increase or decrease their file share sizes in 500GB increments instead of 1,000GB. This change will allow more gradual growth and more flexible cost savings.
On July 30, 2017 Red Hat is retiring the Red Hat Network Classic Hosted (RHN Hosted) service. Cornell's Red Hat Satellite Server and Cornell's Red Hat self-support site license will no longer be available on August 31, 2018. CIT is making the recommendation that everyone with a Red Hat...
Box has made it easier for users to find their most recently accessed content in both the new Box web interface and Box mobile apps. When working in a Box folder, you will find 'Recents' listed in the left sidebar. Clicking 'Recents' will take you to your most recently accessed content.
This past week, WebEx users with recordings were emailed with information on how to either move and delete their recordings in WebEx, or delete them if they do not want them. Users will not be able to access their WebEx recordings in WebEx after June 30, 2017, when Cornell retires the WebEx...
As previously announced, Two-Step Login was applied to high-risk areas of Workday April 20, 2017. To prevent people with a stolen NetID and password from being...
The new Net-Print system, which launched January 10, promises to save at least a ton of paper during the spring semester, thanks to new Cornell ID card readers at 69 campus printers.
On Monday, May 8, 2017, the CIT Email Team will disable port 80 in our on-premises Exchange environment because it presents a security risk to some clients.