On November 3 and 4, 2015 Cornell University’s Central Information Technologies hosted a Cloud Forum for Higher Education at the Statler Hotel. The goals of the event were to:
Representatives from Dell will be on campus Tuesday, November 17, 2015, to share their Roadmap for laptops and desktops for the coming year. Come learn about what's on the way, and use the information to inform your equipment planning. Food will be provided.
Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) recommends all users of Cornell-owned computers do not upgrade their systems to the latest versions of Mac and Windows operating systems until thorough testing for compatibility with centrally supported services is complete.
Sponsored by the IT@Cornell Leadership Community
Monday, November 30
700 Clark Hall, Breakfast will be served
In October a group from Academic Technologies and the Center for Teaching Excellence attended the 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference (OLC).
Cornell Human Resources has launched a new networking tool in Workday, tailored just for the Cornell community.
Remedy’s Smart IT release scheduled for November 2, 2015 is being postponed until the Remedy environment and performance has been stabilized.
Join IT@Cornell on Wednesday, December 9, for an event on how to remain flexible in your IT work environment. Workshops and lectures will focus around cloud options and demonstrations, as well as how to best use some IT services, manage vendors, and ways to remain flexible in your IT career...
This course introduces participants to the Access environment and provides a foundation in creating table structures. Select query creation and modification are presented.
During the week of October 26-30, let's look to the future of the cybersecurity workforce, focusing on cybersecurity education and awareness in schools at all levels, and emphasizing the need for properly trained cybersecurity professionals.
Build your project management skills from the fundamentals to managing budgets, as well as solving problems and managing project teams. All courses are available for Category A Professional Development Units.
Interested in getting up-to-date on classroom and online technologies used to support teaching and learning? Academic Technologies is joining forces with the SUNY Tools of Engagement Program (TOEP) to expand tech-infused teaching within the Cornell community.
On November 17, 2015, three new affiliations and types will be added to the Enterprise Directory: faculty, retired faculty, and emeritus.
If you're interested in taking your SharePoint knowledge further by learning about branding and user interface design, sign up for this session specially developed for Cornell. The course explains beginning branding features, as well as underlying SharePoint branding technology.
Box Edit is an add-on feature that allows you to edit or create files directly on the Cornell Box collaboration and storage service. Since the introduction of Box Edit 3, most Box Edit users have upgraded.
Remedy’s Smart IT is an alternative interface tor technical support providers to use in the Remedy On Demand system. This can be used on the desktop/laptop as well as hand held devices like smartphones and tablets.
During the week of October 19-23, we'll highlight the “smart world” we live in and the importance of educating all citizens about cybersecurity as more and more of the devices we use—from phones and tablets to homes and medical devices—connect to the Internet.
It's possible to make any email look trustworthy, because it's really, REALLY easy to fake the "from" address.
The IT Security Office has scheduled a First Responder Training class designed and intended for security liaisons and support staff who act as a first responder to system compromises as part of their operational duties.
This class is for people who have had some experience with OBIEE Answers so there is a prerequisite of having completed the Cornell tutorial and approximately 20 hours of using the tool.