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Eduroam (Wi-Fi) Certificate update June 15

On June 15 between 5:00-7:00am, the Eduroam certificate for secure Wi-Fi on the Cornell campus will be updated. The first time that users connect to Eduroam after the update they will see a one-time prompt to accept the new certificate. The certificate is expiring, necessitating this change. Users simply need to accept the new certificate […]

CUWebLogin mobile interface change

This Sunday, June 7, a slight change to the CUWebLogin interface will add larger text fields and a bigger login button to make logging in on small devices, like mobile phones, easier. via CUWebLogin’s mobile interface just got friendlier | IT@Cornell News.

IT Services that support team work

Interested in learning more about how you can interact, share, and collaborate with people based somewhere else, without having to get in the car? Check out the Guide to IT Services that support team work. Shortly you will also be able to watch a recording of the presentation: Tech That Can Save You a Trip which […]

Warning *New* Outlook for iPad, iPhone, and Android

Microsoft recently launched a *new* app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. This app was launched January 29, 2015, and is not currently recommended for use at Cornell due to its storage of data in locations not covered by Cornell’s contract with Microsoft. It should not be confused with Microsoft’s earlier OWA app, which was […]

Tech that can save you a trip

An event on Tuesday, March 3, will cover technology that provides alternatives to getting behind the wheel. CIT offers many services to Cornell faculty, students, and staff that make it easier for teams to work together, no matter where the team members are located. We’ll be talking about meeting technologies like Lync and WebEx; sharing […]

Privacy warning: Outlook for iPad, iPhone, and Android

Microsoft recently released an Outlook app for iOS, including iPad, iPhone, and other devices from Apple, and a similar app for Android devices. Although the apps carry the Outlook name, they do not follow the same process as other Outlook-branded email applications when it comes to protecting your information or abiding by the contracts between […]

Office for iPad at Cornell

Last week, Microsoft announced the availability of Office for iPad from Apple’s App Store. The applications as downloaded allow individuals only to read, view and present documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, which, as an example, may have been received as email attachments. The ability to create and edit files is connected to licensing and will become […]

iOS Security Alert

On Friday, Feb 21st, Apple announced that they discovered a serious vulnerability in iOS. If you have an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you should update the iOS software on that device as soon as possible. The vulnerability could allow criminals to intercept your secured communications over the Internet, divulging any private or sensitive […]

OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)

The latest Mac operating system, OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) appears to be compatible with many supported services at Cornell, though some vendors have not yet announced Mavericks support for some of their products, for example IBM’s TSM, which is used for EZ-Backup (see below for details). Mac users interested in upgrading will want to carefully […]

Mac Mondays at TechConnect

Did you know the Apple Campus Rep will be at the Campus Store on Mondays from 2:00 to 3:00 pm? Have a question about your Mac? Want to learn more tricks or customize your Mac? Stop by and say hi!

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