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Web-based and downloadable productivity software from Microsoft.

Atlassian Confluence is a collaborative website, known as a wiki. Confluence uses a WYSIWYG interface (what you see is what you get) to make it easy to create, edit, link to, and share web pages. Confluence is a free service for Cornell-related work, projects, and research. New sites, called spaces, are available upon request.

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 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.

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).

Comprehensive cloud learning with courses and hands-on labs in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and beyond.

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

Enables Cornell faculty and staff (but not students) to opt-in to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure services under a master contract between Cornell and Amazon or Microsoft respectively.

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.

Physical computers and accessories for use by staff and faculty.

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

Solutions for campus developers to create system-to-system integrations.

Applications enabling regulatory compliance, reporting, and risk management for health and safety areas.

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.

Develop and maintain reporting and business intelligence (BI) solutions from analysis and data modeling to querying and the implementation of reports and dashboards.

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

Applications and infrastructure supporting campus and campus community safety.

Ally is a tool offered at Cornell to help you make your online course materials more accessible. Directly integrated into the learning management system, Ally checks all content in your course. It then provides you with a report rating the accessibility of the various components of your course.

Evaluation of site accessibility and options for remediation and improvement.

Document Management and Workflow allows for the electronic ingestion of both paper as well as existing electronic documents into a repository. Documents stored in the repository are indexed with a set of meta-data which enables quick search and retrieval. Along with the advantages gained from quick search and retrieval, documents are also able to be added to custom designed workflows that match your business process. Workflows have the ability to be as simple as you need them to be but also to employ sophisticated automation and integration with other systems, further saving time and increasing efficiencies.

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.

Who I Am is a web-based service used by members of the Cornell community to activate their email accounts, control mail forwarding, and update directory information (phone, addresses, etc.). It is available to members of the Cornell community who have a valid NetID.

Collaboration tool for storing, organizing, and sharing information.