CIT will be turning on Google's option for offline mail in Cornell G Suite (formerly Cmail) on November 11, 2018.
Reproducible Research @ Cornell, a set of events on November 28-29, 2018.
Code42 admins—so you’ve managed to capture the backup needs of your users in one or more child organizations? Congratulations! However, change is inevitable—and necessary. Bring a lunch and join us on Friday, Nov. 9, to discuss the ins and outs of changing the configuration of an organization...
Some Cornell faculty and staff who have Adobe Acrobat Pro are being prompted for a sign-in at launch. To fix this issue, faculty and staff who must have Acrobat Pro to do their university work need to apply for a new license under Cornell's current Adobe contract.
On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, the PeopleSoft data warehouse moved to Amazon Web Services.
Anyone using a Cornell email account should regularly check folders containing mail classified as junk, spam, or "other."
An issue that had prevented calendar invitations or events from working after passing through an e-list has been fixed.
In preparation for the migration from Blackboard to Canvas the Center for Teaching Innovation is offering workshops on Cornell’s new academic learning management system, Canvas.
Box Drive is offering a new feature so you can work on documents offline.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the IT Security Office is raising awareness about the importance of online privacy and security. This week's theme is "Recognize and Prevent Cybercrime."
The November 13 meeting of Ithaca's Project Management Institute (PMI) features Seth Brahler, senior director for Cornell's Human Resources Information Systems, speaking on transforming a team through leadership and culture change.
Are you an IT administrator who manages devices installed with Code42? If so, please join us Friday, October 26, 2018, in CCC B08 (Multimedia Conference Room) to learn how to implement Code42’s Block, Deauthorize, and Deactivate actions.
Cornell's fifth DrupalCamp took flight on Thursday and Friday of last week (October 11-12, 2018), connecting attendees with new insights, information, and approaches.
Join representatives from Cornell Information Technologies for questions and feedback on Cornell University’s new interim Web Accessibility Standards Policy 5.12.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the IT Security Office is raising awareness about the importance of online privacy and security. This week's theme outlines steps to improve your cyber security at Cornell.
CIT recently ended support for the Cisco Telepresence Content Server (TCS), a standards-based (SIP and H.323) video conference recording appliance. Going forward, CIT recommends using Zoom for recording web and video...
Routing for more than 35,000 student email accounts was moved from Cornell systems to Microsoft's as planned.
Beginning October 31, 2018, Microsoft will enforce use of TLS 1.2 with Office 365.
For the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion, this fiscal year's activities are building on many initiatives introduced last year, with more and different approaches.