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Training: Introduction to and Intermediate level Drupal courses

CIT is offering training in Drupal™, an incredibly powerful open source Content Management System. Drupal is used across campus to build departmental and college level websites. For more information and to register follow the links for each class.

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The Ithaca Branch of the Project Management Institute presents Professional Development Day 2016

The Ithaca branch of the Project Management Institute is presenting a Professional Development Day on June 16, 2016, from 11:30am - 4:30pm at the Hotel Ithaca, 222 S. Cayuga Street in Ithaca. 

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May 31 - Major change for Cornell email forwarding

On May 31, CIT will change how it provides the service that lets Cornell faculty, staff, students, and alumni automatically forward their Cornell email to non-Cornell accounts.

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Reminder: Customer Relationship Management SIG June 1

CIT is launching a new SIG focused on customer relationship management (CRM) tools. The CRM-SIG is for business leaders, business analysts, and IT staff who are deploying or considering adopting new CRM technologies including, but not limited to, Salesforce.

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Box support ends for older Edit versions and Mavericks on 6/1 and IE 9-10 on 9/26

Box has announced that older versions of Box Edit (3.1.5 for Mac and 3.1.16 for Windows) will stop working on June 1, 2016. To install the latest version of Box Edit, visit:
app.box.com/services/box_edit

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Outlook for Windows troubleshooting: Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365

Support providers who assist people with troubleshooting email problems may want to investigate the Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365, recently launched by  Microsoft. 

Primarily focusing on Outlook for Windows at this time, the assistant can help sort out problems like:

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CIT staff service awards

On May 19, CIT proudly celebrated several members of its staff who have been Cornell employees between 10 and 47 years. All those recognized at the CIT Town Meeting were given a book and certificate.

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