The CIT Web Accessibility team is starting monthly Web Accessibility Office Hours, the first Thursday of every month, at 1 pm.
It is now possible to set your pronouns in Cornell's Microsoft Office 365 through Teams or Outlook on the web.
Under Cornell’s Enterprise Agreement for cloud services, subscriptions for Azure qualify for a 10% discount—on each service—off the regular public price. This means that if you’re evaluating costs for your cloud services budget using Microsoft’s Pricing Calculator, you can take 10% off the estimate that the calculator provides.
Cornell has made changes that will enable bi-directional integration between Zoom and integrated calendars, such as those in Outlook or Google Calendar, and the ability to allow those you have assigned Schedule Privilege to access Zoom cloud recordings and reports in meetings and webinars they have scheduled on your behalf.
Ithaca and Cornell Tech's Microsoft Presence Visible to WCM and Other Outside Collaborators August 7, 2023
Individuals at Weill Cornell Medicine and elsewhere outside Cornell can see presence status (like Available, Busy, or Do not disturb) for members of the Ithaca and Cornell Tech communities.
Zoom is beginning to enforce a new minimum version every three months.
On Tuesday, July 18, 2023, Cornell will extend the requirement for Two-Step Login (Duo) authentication to all university web applications that require Cornell NetID login.
Secure Connect will soon start a campus-wide pilot. Passkey login will help unify university-wide authentication, ensuring Cornell has the latest security and features.
On Saturday, July 15, 2023, between 7 and 9:00pm, the Confluence Wiki application will be upgraded by the vendor Contegix to the latest supported Enterprise version.
The IT@Cornell website update is well into its content publishing phase, after which it will move on to web accessibility and quality check.