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Tech Training Spotlight

Whether you want to learn the basics, manage data, work with charts, pivot tables or graphs, or create dashboards – basic, intermediate and advanced classes in Excel are available in a classroom or via WebEx in January and February.

Tech Training Spotlight

CIT Training Services is now offering Office Productivity workshops via WebEx. Take classes from your desk in Excel, Word, Outlook and Outlook Web App all via WebEx. Look for the workshops labeled “via WebEx”.

Upgrading Office 365 and a new Outlook Web App

A new look for Outlook Web App is coming in December. Microsoft is upgrading Office 365, Cornell’s email service for faculty and staff, starting sometime the first week of December.

Tech Training Spotlight

Want to learn how to create presentations, format slides, draw objects or add graphics? Register now for the PowerPoint 2010 Basic class scheduled for Dec. 3.

Cloud computing: Four ways to protect your identity and your data in the cloud

To save resources, protect data and make access to services easier, IT@Cornell strongly encourages the campus community to use enterprise cloud services with a Cornell contract whenever possible.

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

We lead Internet-connected, digital lives. At Cornell, home and on-the-go, we work, learn and play online.

Verizon CEO challenges us to keep up with technology

The times they are a-changing, and communications technology is driving a lot of the change – but we have to work to keep up.

Cornell enterprise online services and privacy

Sometimes, members of the Cornell community wonder why they should care about what cloud services they use, or why it’s important to use Cornell-contracted online services instead of other services.

Web accessibility is coming to Cornell

When Tobey Moore, an equipment technologist for the Cornell Electron-positron Storage Ring (CESR), says he loves his job, it’s no wonder. Many people would jump at the chance to spend their career helping with experiments to smash particles together and trying to create new matter.

Cornell everywhere: Mobile-friendly websites and apps

Cornell Everywhere is a new effort aimed at helping the university more effectively provide online information and services to people on the go, wherever they are and however they choose to connect.

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