Popular Services

Physical computers and accessories for use by staff and faculty.

Email accounts include mailboxes, email addresses, and email forwarding associated with an email address. This includes account provisioning and account access, but not user login.

Support and configuration for cloud-based RingCentral accounts providing telephone service via desktop and mobile applications as well as desk phones.

CU Print is a full-service printing solution available in high use campus areas including libraries, residence halls, and community centers.

Installation and support of audio-visual technology in your classroom, office, conference room or other space.

***Not for Customer Use***

Audio-visual support for live, hybrid, or virtual meetings, presentations, concerts, and other events that use AV/IT infrastructure and facilities. (Offering of the Event Technical Support and Media Production service.)

Web-based and downloadable productivity software from Microsoft.

The NetID is the unique electronic identifier, which in conjunction with a password and multi-factor authentication (where applicable) permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information.

NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to more than one individual; if someone leaves the university and returns later, the original NetID is reactivated.

Software installed on managed endpoints.

Configuration and deployment of service management tools, including TeamDynamix.

Apps on Demand is Cornell's implementation of Amazon AppStream 2.0, which allows users to access desktop applications through their HTML5-capable web browsers. This service's main goal is to provide specialized software necessary for each course without requiring each student to purchase the application.

Box is a free service for Cornell faculty, students, staff, and affiliates which allows you to share and collaborate on documents and other files online.

Scheduled maintenance, or diagnosis, troubleshooting, workaround, and repair, of installed AV systems.

Web and video conferencing via Zoom is provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students, and affiliates at all Cornell campuses.

Google Drive is a collaboration service for Cornell, faculty, staff, and students which allows you to share and collaborate on documents and other files online.

CUView is a centrally supported digital signage service, which allows departments to display content on flat-panel monitors in locations of their choice. Through an integration with the Cornell University Police Department's Alertus service, digital signage displays also distribute official bulletins, information, and instructions during campus emergencies.

End-to-end custom web solutions and support for the Cornell community.

Consulting and configuration assistance for non-Cornell mailing services, such as Mailchimp.

Provides data backup for endpoint devices (desktops and laptops).

Wired network service is available in academic and administrative buildings on the Ithaca campus, as well as in some remote offices via Cornell Network Extension.

We write, edit, and maintain technical documentation about Cornell's IT products and services to enable people to use technology as easily and intuitively as possible to get their work done.

The Cornell Optional Email Alias (COEA) service allows eligible individuals to create a Cornell email address based on their name.