Yammer is a social network that is integrated with Cornell’s Office 365 and SharePoint Online services. Yammer can help you to work in groups more easily and efficiently, share knowledge, organize committee work, and find groups and interesting conversations to join.
David Lifka, director of the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing, has been named the university’s vice president for information technology and chief information officer, effective June 1.
Join the IT community for this half-day event to network with your peers and talk about courage, conviction, confidence, and competence.
The Essential Skills for Business Analysis is a foundational course provides the essential business analysis skills needed to identify the right solutions and drive significant value on projects.
On April 5, 2016, fifteen members from the IT@Cornell community participated in a day-long "hackathon" to build automated solutions for various Amazon Web Service (AWS) tasks.
In this course you will learn how to create dynamic PowerPoint presentations using Excel data.
May 11, 2016
1:00pm - 3:00pm
120 Maple Ave.
CIT is now offering a SmartJack access point (AP), which provides a cost-effective solution for small offices to enhance Wi-Fi service in areas where Wi-Fi coverage is weak.
Join the next Software Development Special Interest Group (SIG) on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 from 1:30pm – 2:30pm in 102 Mann Library.
Effective July 1, 2016, the Cornell Blog Service will offer new tiers of service designed to more flexibly meet the needs of different user groups.
In this course you will learn how to use the key components of the Microsoft Office OneNote 2013 application on a desktop, laptop, or Microsoft Windows 8 tablet device, when working in or away from the primary office or study environment.
This session gives participants an overview of the Skype for Business (Lync) and WebEx communication tools.
As previously announced, the preview of the new interface for Qualtrics (Central Survey Tool) is now available and may be experienced by logging in at surveys.cornell.edu, then activating the Qualtrics Insight Platform.
Microsoft has announced that sometime in the next few weeks, it will be adding new features to "Out of Office" autoreplies in Outlook on the web (outlook.cornell.edu).
Cornell’s Managed Desktop service will have new rates starting FY17. Over 9,400 Mac and Windows desktops and laptops are maintained with this service.
Starting Sunday, April 10, 2016 you can now opt in to using two-factor authentication to enhance security for your NetID and password not just where it is required but with all campus services that require the standard Cornell web login.
The badges in the Innovation Track are setup to reward innovative thinking and action in the workplace. One of these badges is the “Badge Creator” badge.
Join the IT Networking Breakfast on Tuesday, May 3, from 9:00am - 10:30am in G10 Biotech. Network with your IT peers from around campus and enjoy breakfast!
The preview for the upcoming version of Qualtrics, the service used for the Cornell Central Survey Tool, has been delayed. The vendor is currently working toward a goal of making the preview available sometime in the week of April 4, 2016.
Qualtrics, the application used for the Cornell Survey Service, will begin a three-month preview period the week of March 21 (next week) for significant interface changes coming to the service.
The next meeting of the Cornell SharePoint Special Interest Group (SIG) will be Tuesday, March 22, from 2-3:30pm in 226 Weill Hall. The SharePoint SIG is open to anyone interested in learning about and discussing SharePoint.