Tech Talk

Tech Talk

Want to gain skills in Excel?  Whether you want to learn the basics; manage data; work with charts, pivot tables or graphs; or create dashboards – there are basic, intermediate and advanced classes available. Register now for either of the four-hour classes on Excel 2013 scheduled for Dec.

TechTalk

Want to learn how to use Illustrator to create illustrations, logos, advertisements or other graphic documents?

TechTalk

Ever wonder which collaboration tool to utilize? A hands-on session Nov. 5 at 120 Maple Ave. will focus on when to use Skype for Business (Lync) versus WebEx, so you can use the most effective collaboration tool for the task at hand.

Tech training spotlight, Sept. 29

Want to learn how to use the key components of the Microsoft Office OneNote 2013 application on a desktop, laptop, or Microsoft Windows 8 tablet device, when working in or away from the primary office or study environment?  Register now for the one-day OneNote 2013 class scheduled for Sept.

Tech Training Spotlight

Want to gain skills in Excel?  Whether you want to learn the basics, manage data, work with charts, pivot tables, or graphs, or create dashboards, there are basic, intermediate, and advanced classes available.

TechTalk

New video: Traveling Internationally with Technology

Tech Talk: IT@Cornell Community Conference June 25

The IT@Cornell Community Conference will be held Thursday, June 25, in Bailey Hall. IT@Cornell is exploring the theme of “Connecting the Past, Present and Future” of technology.

Tech Talk: SharePoint

Want to learn how to build a complete solution for branding a SharePoint site?

TechTalk on business analysis

Have you ever wanted to explore the breadth of tasks, skills and interactions expected in a business analysis professional role?  An upcoming four-day course provides a complete foundational set of practical tips and hands on exercises to build expertise and confidence using requirements del

Switch to eduroam: “RedRover Secure” retiring

“RedRover Secure” will be retired on July 15 so that Cornell can focus on providing a single high-value Wi-Fi Internet network, eduroam. Cornell’s unencrypted (non-secure) Wi-Fi service, RedRover, will continue to be available.

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