Thanks to a research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) has developed 100 gigabit per second (Gbps) networking at Cornell, bringing the next generation of networking connectivity directly to the university’s faculty and student researchers...
The Student Printing Service project is committed to delivering a consistent and equitable printing experience for Cornell students.
Google is making changes to its current cross-platform messaging service Google Hangouts, which is a feature of Cornell G Suite. The first changes will begin on April 16, with further enhancements over the coming months. Ultimately, classic Google Hangouts will transform into two platforms:...
CIT's Office of Data Architecture and Analytics collaborated with the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine to develop tools to provide better oversight of their monthly utilities costs.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 10:30am-noon in Weill 221. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.
CIT has made the decision, with input from both our IT and non-IT users, to transition from its current IT service management tool, Remedy, to a new product, TeamDynamix.
CIT will move both Confluence and Jira to an Atlassian certified Vendor Managed and Hosted environment, which will bring us to the latest version and involve an effort to redesign and fully on board these services.
In order to address potential security issues, some changes are occurring with Cornell's Confluence Wiki and Box document collaboration services.
Email sent to Cornell accounts owned by alumni will begin to be routed directly to Microsoft systems for delivery to the alumni Google accounts.
Beginning June 19, 2019, SharePoint Online users will experience a new modern look as their default site setting. The appearance of this change will affect sites currently set to classic mode by the default administrative setting. Classic mode is still available, but will no longer be the...
Five staff members received the Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) credential.
The Box Web Application just got even better, with a simplified sharing experience that delivers a more consistent and streamlined way to share files and folders.
Join IT@Cornell as we celebrate our first #ITSpringCleaning month.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, March 13, 2019 from 10:30am-noon in Weill 221. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.
Two National Science Foundation-funded projects have joined forces to help university systems administrators implement cloud computing systems on their campuses. The Cornell-led Aristotle Cloud Federation has combined strengths with...
Join Cornell as we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 16, 2019 with our Web Accessibility Camp.
The previously announced change to DNS that points pop.cornell.edu and imap.cornell.edu to Microsoft's systems instead of Cornell's occurred as planned February 25, 2019.
On Sunday, February 24, 2019 changes will be made to the CUWebLogin page to make it more accessible.
Code42 administrators and end users alike may have more resources at their fingertips than they realize! Matt Woelffer and Riley Bruce from Code42 will join our next Lunch 'n' Learn to talk about the Code42 University Pass program.
You can have unintended guests at your Zoom meetings if you aren't careful about setting up privacy controls. Once in a Zoom session, uninvited guests can listen in on discussions, capture screenshots of shared content, and even disrupt the meeting with unwanted video, audio, or shared content...