As previously announced per the Student Printing Service Project, Cornell is transitioning from Net-Print to a new campus printing service. Cornell Information Technologies and the Student Assembly recently partnered to select CU Print as the new service name. Currently, CU Print is in the...
Later this year, CIT’s Email and Messaging team will update the AppSMTP service, used by applications, printers, scanners, and monitoring devices to send automated email to users.
Last August, Cornell implemented an effective new tool to protect campus email users from malicious attacks. Since Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Safe Attachments was deployed on the university’s Office 365 email service, it has greatly reduced the possibility of...
Cornell has chosen 3Play Media as the preferred vendor for human captioning and transcription of video content. After thoughtful review, the university determined that 3Play provided the best fit for a wide range of the campus community’s captioning and transcription needs.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Take simple steps now to protect yourself at home from online attacks: Secure your Wi-Fi network, enable stronger authentication, keep a clean machine, know your apps, and reassess what you share online.
For some customers, Zoom has begun implementing live, real-time automatic speech recognition (ASR) transcripts. This feature is available to Cornell users who host meetings and webinars.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, October 14, 2020. Join us for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month trivia. This is an event you won't want to miss!
As previously announced, CIT has launched the WebSSO Modernization Project, a program to retire the CUWebAuth web application authentication service and migrate to Shibboleth SAML-based authentication. The service retirement deadline is September 30, 2021.
Starting Wednesday, October 7, 2020, CIT will no longer include Emergency Notification in the Certified Desktop Tableau dashboards. This reporting change will not negatively impact the Certified Desktop compliance metrics that are presented to Audit. E...
The second stage of the multiyear project to bring Cority services to Cornell has entered its "discovery" phase.
Google Drive trash items will be automatically deleted after 30 days starting on October 13, 2020.
The Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) reporting tool, scheduled for upgrade on October 23, 2020, brings new features to you at no cost. Exciting new functionality includes modern data visualization, the ability to join to local files, and edit data much like in Excel or...
As part of Cornell’s ongoing commitment to sustainability, innovation, and improved IT services, CIT is launching the WebSSO Modernization Project, a program to retire the CUWebAuth web application authentication service and migrate to Shibboleth SAML-based authentication. This project is part...
Equidox PDF remediation software is now available for faculty, staff, and student workers who are assisting with accessibility projects.
The full feature set of Microsoft Teams is now available to all Cornell faculty and staff.
On Monday, August 24, 2020, Cornell will implement Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Safe Attachments for the university’s Office 365 email service. This addition to the university’s current email security portfolio will provide increased protection to Office 365...
Starting Sunday, August 16, 2020, Zoom’s Telephone Call-out feature will no longer be available for hosts and attendees of Cornell Zoom meetings whose host does not have a Premium Audio license.
Cornell faculty, students, and staff can now sign into their Cornell Office 365 account with the Microsoft Teams client app.
The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, August 12, 2020, from 10:30am-noon on Zoom. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.
The IT Security Office provides helpful phishing awareness resources like an up-to-date list of Verified Cornell Communications. Plus, check the Phish Bowl for fraudulent emails targeting Cornell.