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Course helps grad students manage data

Starting in graduate school, students begin compiling mountains of research data — but they often have no formal training in how to efficiently keep track of it, share it or organize it so that it can be preserved and used in the future.Sarah Wright, data librarian, and Cliff Kraft, associate professor of natural resources, aim […]

Cloud Computing: What are Cornell’s cloud services?

This is the second in a series of articles about cloud computing at Cornell appearing in IT@Cornell News and PawPrint Are you aware when you are using one of Cornell’s cloud services vs. an on-premise service? When you know what to look for, cloud services are easy to recognize. They… aren’t installed on your computer—you […]

Update Aimed at Fixing Calendar Bug from iOS 6.1

Apple has released iOS 6.1.2, which fixes the calendar bug that could result in increased network activity and reduced battery life when connecting to Cornell’s Exchange and Office 365 systems.  If you previously updated to iOS 6.1, please apply this update. For information on how to update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch operating system, either […]

Mann Library-Bissett Center Gets More Collaborative

What happens when you put librarians, AV specialists, information technology experts, and design and environmental analysis students together on a project?  A transformed library study hub with major improvements in hi-tech functionality, work space efficiency, and, well, comfort and pizzazz. via Bissett Center Gets More Collaborative | Albert R. Mann Library.

Office 365 Update: Feb. 15

The vast majority of CALS folks are already migrated. There are a few stragglers left to catch up over the next couple of weeks. If you get email from CIT about your account migrating be sure to read those messages carefully and follow their instructions. Update from CIT: As of February 15, campus migration is […]

The Cornell Store-Inkjet Cartridge Refill Service

Inkjet Cartridge Refill Service Now you can refill your inkjet printer cartridges at The Cornell Store! Why You Should Use This Service Save up to 60% versus buying new cartridges Quality guaranteed or your money back Same-day service for your convenience It is eco-friendly – help out the environment Full details @  The Cornell Store […]

Dell selected as CU preferred supplier for PCs

Dell is Cornells preferred supplier of Windows-based desktop and laptop computers and the primary source for four basic configuration options, which are available at the discounted prices only through e-SHOP. If one of the four configurations does not meet your needs, custom configurations can be ordered by submitting an Exception Ordering form to your local […]

Expanded Choices for Citation Management

If you’re doing research at Cornell (and who isn’t)?, you need some kind of system to manage the large quantity of literature books, journal articles, dissertations, etc. your project is built on.  There are software programs specifically designed to do this; until recently, the primary choice was either Endnote or Refworks.  And while both programs […]

iOS 6.1 – iPads and iPhones

The iOS 6.1 update for iPhone/iPad has some known issues with Office 365 and Cornell’s Exchange system. If you haven’t updated yet, you should wait. Full Details @ IT: Status Alert Details.

Cloud Computing: What is it?

Cornell IT News has just released the first in a series of articles about cloud computing at Cornell appearing in IT@Cornell News and PawPrint. Read the article @ Cloud Computing: What is it? | Cornell IT News.

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