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A static site uses only HTML to serve its pages, so you can use CSS, JavaScript, and server-side includes, but there are no provisions for CGI or other programming options.

Typical use? If you have a website that does not require back-end programming languages like ColdFusion or PHP, then static web hosting might be best suited for your needs.

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.

All active students, faculty, and staff have access to Skillsoft's online learning and books through Cornell's enterprise account. Enjoy access to thousands of courses, videos, resources, and books.

The CU Blogs service uses the WordPress platform and is hosted in the cloud by a 3rd party vendor, CampusPress.

CampusPress has WordPress's ease of use and most popular features, while keeping the service economical by focusing on providing only those features of greatest use to its entire community. Security and maintenance updates are managed by the vendor, making the CU Blog service an ideal option for Cornell faculty and staff looking for a fast, easy way to publish content and manage comments from across the web, using a standard set of features.

Travel, expense, and reimbursement management for university travel.

The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) provides web server space for deploying static HTML-based web pages. Static websites are hosted on a shared Linux platform and are served using the Apache web server. By default, the service provides a UNIX shell account accessible via SSH and SFTP and a limited amount of disk space. Websites may use HTML, Javascript, cascading style sheets (CSS).

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

Collaboration tool for storing, organizing, and sharing information.

Comprehensive data warehouse capability for university student, financial aid, admissions, grad school, and contributor relations information.

Scheduling@Cornell is an academic and event scheduling application with a modern, intuitive interface that supports students, faculty, and staff in a variety of ways.

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

Scan student work for matched text by comparing the work to a large repository of student work, publications, and material on the Internet. Available through an interface built into the course management system.

Configuration and deployment of service management tools, including TeamDynamix.

Web-based productivity software from Google.

The Campus and External Engagement Platform service offering provides basic CRM functionality for employees with job responsibilities of engaging/managing relationships with external organizations. As requested by the Provost's office, this centralized system will consolidate disparate efforts across campus.

Project management software offered to staff. It provides bug and issue tracking and project management capability.

Computer Hardware Repair for University owned Dell Laptops and Desktop Computers.

Secure connection to Cornell's IT resources hosted on campus.

System used for inventory tracking, E911, charge back, cable management and subscriber component.

Assessment tools aid in assessing and evaluating student learning and can provide different options to assess students beyond the traditional exam.

Password escrow provides a secure vault for storing and managing shared secretive information such as passwords, documents, and digital identities.

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

Software installed on managed endpoints.