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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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New frameworks, technologies and services: Read the Academic Technologies’ 2013-2014 Annual Report

The Academic Technologies 2013-2014 Annual Report, now available online, provides an overview of recent accomplishments as well as a look ahead at some of the plans for 2014-2015. Get up to date on

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CIT support for Office 2013

CIT has formally announced support for the download and installation of Office 2013 for Windows, and configuration and use of the Outlook 2013 email application and Lync 2013 web conferencing and instant messaging. 

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Cornell professors’ lectures and presentation featured on Panopto Video Showcase

Two Cornell professors are now appearing on the Panopto Video Showcase as examples of how Panopto's video platform can be used to create online presentations and lectures.

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Remove mentions of retired services from department and unit websites

Now that myCornell and RedRover Secure Wi-Fi are retired, it's time to remove any mention of them from all Cornell websites. This step is already in progress at

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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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