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.
Cornell DrupalCamp is fast approaching, but there’s still time and space to register!
October 1 marks the 15th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the IT Security Office is raising awareness about the importance of online privacy and security. To kick off this year's...
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 "Simple Steps to Online Safety."
This past summer, the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion’s internship program provided a full schedule of learning and growth opportunities for the 23 interns who participated.
If you use OneDrive for Business, SharePoint, or other applications in Cornell Office 365 to save and share documents, make sure the sharing settings for each folder and document are what you want them to be.
On October 7, 2018, the routing of mail sent to Cornell student and recent graduate accounts will change from Cornell's systems to Microsoft's Office 365, on its way to delivery to the individual's Cornell Google account.
To further protect Cornell students, Cornell Information Technologies have put cornell.edu search results for students behind CUWebAuth.
The IT@Cornell Symposium on Big Data will be held Tuesday, December 11 and we want to hear about your big data challenges, concerns, and solutions.
A guide on how to properly use headings to make your web content, PDF’s, or word documents more accessible.
The Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) will develop online, asynchronous training modules for the $60 million National Science Foundation-funded Frontera supercomputer to be...
CIT is working with your department’s IT staff to make your system safer. Certified Desktop, a new service for faculty and staff, is a suite of state-of-the-art security tools to protect your computer and its valuable data – without affecting your day-to-day work.
In early December, the DNS records for pop.cornell.edu, imap.cornell.edu, and smtp.cornell.edu will change from pointing to Cornell systems to pointing to Office 365.
Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) is offering free research workshops this fall.
The majority of this year’s DrupalCamp sessions have been posted, and the lineup is shaping up to be great for anyone with an interest in Drupal, beginner to expert, and developer and non-developer alike!
As of September 10, 2018, staff and faculty can choose between local or cloud storage for their Zoom recordings.
Registration is open for Cornell DrupalCamp Five.
The vendor for Cornell’s e-list service (Lyris) continues to work on a problem affecting calendar invitations from Office 365.