Do you have coding, theming, designing, content management, project management, or other Drupal skills you’d like to share? Cornell DrupalCamp 2016 is looking for session proposals. The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, August 12, 2016.
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.
The Office of the University Registrar will soon be replacing the current electronic student records (ESR) system with a new ImageNow-based Enterprise Content Management solution called Cornell Electronic Student Records (CUESR). Central, college and department staff functionality will be...
As of August 1, 2016, access to Cornell NetID accounts will be blocked as soon as there are indications the account has been compromised. A password reset through the IT Service Desk will be required to regain access. This change is necessary in order to reduce the impact when members of the...
Participants will learn how to describe the processes involved in planning and using troubleshooting methodologies for Windows 10.
This course is for all campus IT Administrators currently using or interested in using the Flexera CSI product as part of the Endpoint Management Tools Service. The class will provide CSI administrators with the training needed to use the CSI console to its fullest extent.
Zoom is a full-featured online web and video conferencing service, coming to Cornell in early fall 2016. Like WebEx, it offers online meetings and webinars.
Vanessa Turke, a UX researcher and digital strategist, will give the keynote address at Cornell University’s DrupalCamp on Friday, October 7, 2016.
The new billing date for IT Services in Pinnacle will be the 25th of every month, instead of the 15th. This is effective with July's bill, so July 25, 2016 will be the billing date this month.
Drupal is a web application framework and content management system (CMS) used to build robust websites, web apps, and to manage content. As an open-source software, Drupal’s modular framework is maintained and developed by a community of 630,000+ users.
Keep an eye on this website, and in the July 15 IT Week in Review, for a call for session proposals for Cornell’s DrupalCamp and the announcement of our keynote speaker. The event will take place Friday, October 7, 2016, with an optional half day Code Sprint on October 6.
Cornell Information Technologies and the IT Security Office (ITSO) held an IT Security Summit on June 28 and June 29 at the Statler Hotel.
Office Delve, a feature Microsoft has designed to connect Office 365 users with topical information stored in SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, will become available in Cornell's Office 365 on August 1, 2016.
Remedy users have different options for viewing records in Remedy, while most users view their work from the Incident Management console, others default to the Overview console. If you view your data from the Overview console in Remedy then you will notice enhancements starting July 9, 2016...
Initiatives by the Graduate School will require ongoing communication with former Cornell postdocs. In support of these initiatives, a new Directory type, "former postdoc" is being added to the Enterprise Directory.
In the next week, SkillSoft will launch Skillport 8i on Cornell’s portal, introducing a fresher look for its eLearning content delivery. The update will include a more contemporary design, with enhanced features such as:
July 13-15, 8:30am–4:30pm; 120 Maple Ave, Training Room 150; $1375
Academic Technologies, the Center for Teaching Excellence and the Office of Disability Services have collaborated on an accessibility checklist for faculty and teaching staff.
As of July 11, 2016 the Sponsored NetID process will be done solely through an online form. The biggest change is that only those who are managers in WorkDay (must have direct non-student reports) can request a sponsored NetID.
The Managed Desktop service will now be referred to as Endpoint Management Tools. This service gives the IT@Cornell community the flexibility of adopting as much of the central offering as they choose.