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Zoom is provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students, and affiliates at all Cornell campuses. You automatically have a Cornell Zoom account. Just install the software and you'll be ready to go.

Attendees of Zoom...Read more

Our Services Intakes and Discoveries

We work with you to meet your business needs, budget, and deadlines. Our intake services range from a free 1-hour intake to short discoveries to full-scale requirements.

User Experience Research and Information Architecture

Our aim is to delight...Read more

Cornell has contracted with Pantheon , to provide a Drupal and WordPress hosting solution to campus. Pantheon is a container-based, cloud hosting solution, that allows for easy scaling (depending on the service plan chosen), nightly backups, SSL, and offers 24/...Read more

A static site uses only HTML to serve its pages, so you can use CSS, JavaScript, and server-side includes, but there are no provisions for CGI or other programming options.

Typical use? If you have a website that does not require back-end programming languages like...Read more

Cornell has contracted with Acquia , a cloud-based hosting company, to offer Drupal hosting. The contract includes preferred pricing for:

Hosting Selected 3rd-party tools Selected add-on's Paid support What Skills do I Need to Work with an Acquia Drupal...Read more

Academic Technologies provides web server space for deploying static HTML-based web pages. Static websites are hosted on a shared Linux platform and are served using the Apache web server. By default, the service provides a UNIX shell account accessible via SSH and SFTP and a limited amount of...Read more

Two different web hosting services are available from Academic Technologies: static and dynamic.

The dynamic hosting service is based on Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP). It allows web developers to create websites with dynamic content and databases. Site developers may install...Read more

Cloudification is the conversion of applications, data storage, and compute cycles to take advantage of cloud computing. CIT offers a Cloudification service to help the Cornell community move to powerful, low-cost cloud infrastructure services. Cornell has enterprise agreements with...Read more

Some software at Cornell is acquired through software licenses that are managed by the university. Some of these software licenses enable all faculty, staff, or students to use the software at no cost. Others limit who is eligible to use the software or have a fee. Each licensed product has its...Read more

In line with university commitment to accessibility, beginning May 30, 2018, themes that don’t meet WordPress's accessibility ready standards will no longer be available as choices for new blog sites. Non accessibility-ready templates that have already been applied to sites will continue to work,...Read more