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Computer Literacy Training

If you, or someone you know, need basic computer training or if you can help those around you get up to speed this sounds like a great opportunity! EveryoneOn is a national digital literacy campaign powered by Connect2Compete, in partnership with the Ad Council. Find free computer and Internet training opportunities in your area at […]

Your Large Attachments

Before the move to Microsoft’s Office 365, we recommended that everyone remove any messages in their mailbox that were larger than 25 MB, as these messages would not be migrated. When your mailbox was migrated to Office 365, CIT created an archive of any oversized messages still present in your account. This archive has been […]

Cloud computing: Why is cloud computing strategic for Cornell?

IT@Cornell is deliberately focusing on cloud computing as one way to more efficiently deliver IT services, create a more satisfying end-user experience for the community, refocus resources on Cornell’s academic technologies and provide an alternative choice and route to traditional service delivery. more info @ Cloud computing: Why is cloud computing strategic for Cornell? | Cornell […]

Annual Electronics Recycling Event

THE ANNUAL ELECTRONICS RECYCLE EVENT!!! MARCH 18th through March 22nd – 8 AM to 3:30 PM Cornell Community Members are invited to recycle electronics with Cornell’s R5 Operations Department. Location: The Cornell Recycle Center, 251 Solidago Road. (Turn onto Palm Road from Rt. 366 and follow signs for CU Recycle Center) Would you like to […]

Options for Very Large To: Lists in Email Messages

After you migrate to Office 365 you will find that it includes some security defenses that limit the ability of an individual to send huge numbers of messages in a short amount of time. If you have legitimate large mailings to do, please understand these limits and the alternatives you have for delivering your messages. […]

Java Phish Catches Cornell by Surprise

In light of the recent fraudulent Java email that caused many Cornellians to be tricked, the IT Security Office would like remind the community that even with sophisticated spam filters in place, everyone at Cornell is continually bombarded with email phishing attempts trying to trick us into giving away our NetID password or downloading malicious […]