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Call for Nominations: ITLP and ELP

It is time to nominate members of the IT community to participate the next IT Leaders (ITLP) and Emerging Leaders (ELP) Programs.

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Cornell SharePoint Users Group meeting 8/27

The Cornell SharePoint Users Group (C SPUG) is a group open to Cornell Microsoft SharePoint users at any experience level. Topics include workarounds, apps/web parts, return on investment (ROI), general news and events, and just about anything related to SharePoint.

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RedRover Secure retired successfully!

Special thanks to all of the IT support professionals across campus who helped ensure our success retiring RedRover Secure.
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Audio-visual census seeks ‘at-risk,’ orphaned campus media

Important scholarly material across campus may be lost due to physical media degradation, metadata loss, player or format obsolescence and rights issues.

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New dates added for Remedy training sessions

In response to demand, more sessions of Remedy training have been added. If you tried to sign up for one of the courses and found it was full, or if you weren't able to make it on the date scheduled for the initial class, you now may be able to attend.

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Remedy can deliver Qualtrics satisfaction survey invitations

Groups that use Cornell Remedy OnDemand can coordinate it with a Qualtrics survey to find out how satisfied people are with the service they received for each particular incident.

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Cornell Box sync client upgrade

Beginning the week of July 14, Box will begin notifying individuals using an older version of the sync client (Sync 3) that they should upgrade to the latest version, Sync 4 for Windows or Mac. 

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  • 07.22.2014Exotic state of matter propels quantum computing theory

    Cornell physicists have answered a long-standing problem in quantum computing by making a fractional...

  • 07.18.2014'Not by STEM alone': Panelists survey state of higher ed

    President David Skorton and Cornell Tech Dean and Vice Provost Dan Huttenlocher offered their views ...

  • 06.25.2014BEST program gives Ph.D.s insights into nonacademic jobs

    The Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) program, which offers career resources abou...

  • 06.24.20144-H leaders learn geospatial technology

    The 2014 Geospatial In-Service workshop taught 4-H leaders about global positioning systems and othe...

  • 06.24.2014Robots learn from (even bad) human language

    Robots can learn new tasks from step by step instructions in natural language, even if the instructi...

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