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The Zoom default meeting capacity has increased from 50 to 100 participants, everyone with a Zoom account now has the ability to have a meeting of 100 participants. The large meeting capacity has increased from 100 to 300.

Roberta Militello, instructional designer and developer, Academic Technologies, was recently honored for her 20 years of service to Cornell. She began her career at the university as a web administrator for the College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997, relocating to Ithaca, NY,...

On Friday, June 16, 2017 changes will be made to Identity Management systems. Changes will affect only EGAs, but processing of changes to email routing will be delayed. 

Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) celebrated many members of staff who have been Cornell employees for five or more years. Several staff members were recognized for more than forty years of service.

The Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion has announced that eighteen students will begin working in June within the Division of Financial Affairs, Cornell Information Technologies, Student and Campus Life, and the offices of Planning and Budget, and University Audit.

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 the new Box user interface will be turned on for all Box users. Since the beginning of February Box users have seen a message when they enter Box presenting them with the option to enable the new Box experience. 

The CIT Information Systems team will retire 58,000 CNAMEs on Monday, May 22, 2017 that were created during the Office 365 project. For the most part these CNAMEs are no longer used. However, some users may still have their Thunderbird, or other IMAP client, configured to use their personal...

Another diversity training cycle concluded in mid-April, and the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) thanks everyone who participated in this year’s training events!

Box users already using the new Box interface now have the option of activating the new Excel Online Previewer. The Excel Online Previewer is more powerful than the standard preview experience.

In order to better serve Cornell, CIT’s Cloudification team, along with the Center for Advanced Computing, is conducting a survey to understand the needs, interests, and challenges of our campus partners, as more and more departments move applications to the Cloud.

Faculty and Staff will now be able to increase or decrease their file share sizes in 500GB increments instead of 1,000GB.  This change will allow more gradual growth and more flexible cost savings.

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