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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...

The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.

January 28 is Data Privacy Day, led annually by the National Cyber Security Alliance. This year's theme spotlights the value of digital information and the importance of “Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data, and Enabling Trust" for both organizations and individuals.

SAP Concur, a cost-effective, leading-edge, web-based, mobile-enabled travel solution, will be implemented campus-wide over the next twelve months.

Recently Pantheon has announced a price increase for its customers, however CIT's Custom Development will continue to offer a discount through our contract with Pantheon.

Microsoft will end extended support for the Windows 7 operating system on January 14, 2020. If you're currently running Windows 7 on any Cornell-owned device, plan to migrate to Windows 10.

The Cornell Student Experience Initiative, an innovative Cornell platform that connects students with hundreds of service and engaged learning opportunities beyond the classroom, has won a prestigious tech award.

IT@Cornell hosted its first ever Big Data Symposium on December 11, 2018. In attendance were over 150 staff from across Cornell, as well as visiting members from Duke University and Ithaca College.

The IT@Cornell Symposium on Big Data will feature a keynote from Brian Beach, a senior solutions architect with Amazon Web Services where he focuses on higher education customers.

Microsoft will end support for all Mac versions of System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) on Monday, December 31, 2018. If you're currently using any version of SCEP for Mac, plan to migrate to a replacement endpoint protection product for Mac clients.