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Cornell provides licenses for Spirion to be installed on Cornell-owned computers only, including those not located on university property.

If the computer at your house, for example, is owned by Cornell, you can install Spirion with a Cornell license. Discuss this with your local...Read more

IT@Cornell Website:

The website you are currently viewing was developed by Custom Development in partnership with the IT Communications team. The new website features a modern design, enhanced search and...Read more

How can Cornell help you protect your computer in the face of mounting online threats? With Certified Desktop , CIT is working with your department’s IT staff to make your computer safer.

Certified Desktop is...Read more
Office 365 Applications and Mobile Apps

For Office 365 applications installed on your computer, phone, or tablet, and for current versions of Apple's Mail and Calendar applications in iOS and macOS, you will be prompted to authenticate with Two-Step Login about every 60 to 90 days...Read more

Skype for Mac comes closer to achieving parity with its predecessor (Lync), but still does not have all the features of Skype for Business for Windows. We've listed the significant differences below. You may want to look at our...Read more

Presence

Presence is a combination of availability and willingness to meet. Its use is optional. In some applications it updates automatically based on events in your calendar, but with Skype for Mac, you need to update it manually.

Click your image (or the generic human icon) at the...Read more

Launch Skype for Business.
In the first field, enter your NetID@cornell.edu address.
Enter the whole address, not just your NetID. In the second field, enter the password you use with your NetID. Click Sign in .

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