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.
Join the Software Development Special Interest Group Meeting on March 21, 2016 in 102 Mann Library from 10:30am – 11:30am.
On April 9, the Cortland and Ithaca branches of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will hold their annual TechSavvy Conference for girls in sixth through ninth grades, and their parents/caregivers.
On Wednesday March 9, 2016 CIT's Network Engineering will be adding an additional layer of security to the Wi-Fi networks, the residence hall networks, computer labs, and staff access nets.
Effective March 13, 2016 at noon, the security settings on the Cornell WebEx site will be changed so that there is no longer a public list of scheduled meetings.
Box Sync and Edit support will be ending for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) August 1, 2016, and Box browser support for Internet Explorer 9 and 10 will end September 1, 2016. Cornell Box provides unlimited storage and collaboration space for Cornell faculty, students, and staff.
A new wave of ransomware (malicious software that encrypts files for ransom) is being reported in the news and by some users within the Cornell community.
Join the Cornell Online Learning Community (COLC) meeting on March 1st at 3:00pm in G10 Biotech. Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff and Associate Vice Provost for Online Learning Paul Krause will be the keynote speakers.
CIT and Maverick Solutions are offering a three-day training for the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, better known as OBIEE Answers.
This time of year there are many tax-related scams consumers should be on the look out for.
Cornell’s Two-Step Login service is getting a new look on February 14. Users will see new versions of the authentication prompt and the screens they use to manage their Two-Step Login devices.
Next week an upgrade to Remedy may mean that some users will no longer see the Service CI notification when switching services that says: “You have modified the Service or CI. Would you like to keep the existing Service or CI relationships?”
To improve our network connections on campus we are upgrading our core routers on campus. The scheduled cutover will be happening Sunday, February 14, 2016 between 5:00am – 7:00am.
Oracle retired premium support for Hyperion/Brio products as of May 2015. Oracle’s Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, or OBIEE, will be the CIT supported replacement for reporting at Cornell.