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How can Cornell safeguard privacy for services provided by Google?

Cornell's commitment to privacy has not changed as a consequence of offering G Suite.

As with all decisions that Cornell makes regarding information technologies, privacy and security are key...Read more

Cornell provides licenses for Spirion to be installed on Cornell-owned computers only, including those not located on university property. For example, if the computer at your house is owned by Cornell, you can install Spirion with a Cornell license. Discuss this with your local technical...Read more

Experience Cornell

This website creates an innovative network of the student experience using a branded front-end and powerful CRM (customer relationship management) tools. As students navigate all that Cornell...Read more

Microsoft OneDrive is available through Cornell's Office 365 and helps university faculty, students, and staff store, share, sync, and collaborate on their documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other files.

Because it's part of Office 365, OneDrive has features to reduce the...Read more

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

Certified Desktop is licensed and deployed to campus units by IT support professionals. Individual users who...Read more
Office 365 Applications and Mobile Apps

You will rarely, if ever, need to authenticate with Two-Step Login when you use an app on your computer or mobile device to access Office 365. You might be prompted when you install a fresh copy of the software.

Outlook on the Web (...Read more
Skype for Business has been replaced by Microsoft Teams.

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

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