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Cornell DrupalCamp is offering a day-long course “Absolute Beginner's Guide to Drupal 8” on October 19. The cost is $50 per person and includes a light breakfast and lunch. This class is geared toward users who are new to Drupal or need to learn Drupal 8.

Cornell Information Technologies will be offering LastPass enterprise accounts to all active staff, students, and faculty in early October. The account is free, voluntary, and users will be able to keep it when they leave the university. Learn more...

This fall, Cornell is experiencing a significant increase in reports of students, faculty and staff being victimized by identity theft. Protect your personal identity and financial information by taking these steps.

Do you write, edit, design, or send official Cornell email? CIT and University Relations have teamed up to create a new Email Marketing Special Interest Group.

The Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) reporting environment will be upgraded to version 12c, with Production cutover scheduled for Friday morning, October 20, 2017.

On Wednesday, September 6, ITConnects brought together members of the IT@Cornell community to explore mindful leadership coaching strategies with MOR executive coach Susan Washburn. The number one aspect of coaching is that a person has to want to be...

Student Services IT is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Cornell ID Scan v2. This major upgrade to the web interface will include many frequently requested features will be released Wednesday, September 6th at 8:00amUsers will be required to upgrade the ID...

This year’s DrupalCamp keynote address, “AccessAbility in Drupal: Using Your Powers for Good,” will be given by Kelsey Hall, Ed.M., M.S., and Joshua Pearson from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

It's possible that in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, you may receive phishing emails, or see websites, ads, and other media created by scammers trying to take advantage of the tragedy.

CIT is preparing to make a change to handling of Office 365 email. Mail will be routed directly to Office 365 and no longer pass through Cornell's infrastructure.

Cornell Information Technologies held a two-day Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Forum on August 15 and 16 at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Ithaca. The forum provided 23 different colleges and universities with the chance to discuss how to implement large CRM systems.

The Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) reporting environment will be upgraded to version 12c, with production cutover scheduled for Friday morning, October 20, 2017. As part of the upgrade, the OBIEE server will be relocated to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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