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The Cornell Store – Payroll Deduction Program

The Cornell Store is pleased to announce a new benefit for Cornell employees. Eligible faculty and staff may now purchase computer hardware through the Voluntary Computer Purchase Payroll Deduction Plan. The Store worked with several departments to implement this new program, including Cornell University Payroll, Human Resources, the University Treasurer, and the University Controller.   […]

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 […]

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 […]

Bear Access Name is being retired

As previously announced by CIT, due to low demand, resource allocation priorities, and less need since the retirement of the CornellC mainframe, CIT is discontinuing packaging and distribution of terminal emulation and Telnet client software previously available through the Bear Access web site. There are also some changes in handling of FTP software, please see […]

IT@Cornell Conference Report

IT@Cornell Conference Report Reveals Themes, Provides Discussion Highlights A summary report for the September 11 conference, IT@Cornell, Planning Our Future, Together, is now available online. A Review of the Cornell’s Community’s Conversation about IT is posted on the conference web site where you can also find links to keynote speakers’ videos and slides, poster session […]

ITSM Update

IT Service Management Project Highlights: The IT Service Desk is preparing to support additional services and onboard IT service groups. The Remedy team is onboarding new users and determining the next module for deployment at Cornell. The knowledgebase project RightAnswers is preparing for an IT Service Desk pilot followed by the self-service launch in early 2013. […]

September 11 Keynotes Online

Yesterday was an impressive event for the future of IT@Cornell. Even if you weren’t able to be there and take part you can still watch all three Keynote addresses from the morning session. Keynote addresses delivered as part of the IT@Cornell event on September 11, are now available online: http://cit.webcast.video.cornell.edu/Mediasite/Play/8c56a75d29ab4101b9af5147d3be27191d In this video you will […]

What problems could IT solve?

A great chance for anyone to weigh in on the direction that IT takes at Cornell. What problems could IT solve? | IT@Cornell Dialog.

CALS-OIT has a new web page

We have  a new web page, the old address will redirect for now but if you’dl ike to go straight there here is the new address. http://cals.cornell.edu/about/leadership/ofa/it/ This means the form you normally use for requesting support will look slightly different. Any URL/bookmark you were using before should redirect as well but here is the current address so […]

Windows 7 Shortcut Keys

As long as you’re a keyboard person, and prefer not to use your mouse at any opportunity you have, this guide will teach you to surf around your Windows 7 almost solely on your keyboard! The Ultimate List of Shortcut Keys That Will Make Your Life Easier [Windows 7].