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Windows 7 Training Tutorials

Ah!, Windows 7, the new and much improved operating system from Microsoft is coming to a desktop near you starting Summer 2010.  Gone are the days of...

Using OnBase Web Client

The OnBase client is available on the Columbia University network only. To access it remotely you must be connected to the CU network via the VPN or you can access it via Terminal Services (TS).

Accessing On-Campus Systems

Several of the systems CCIT supports are only available on campus. These include the following...

Reducing Long Startup / Login Times

Here are three suggestions for improving the time it takes to get going in the morning: 1. Logoff but leave your computer on overnight on Tuesday & Wednesday evenings so that it gets its shots. 2. Restart your computer at least once a week. If you’re a “why?” kind of person, read on.

Accessing OnBase

OnBase is currently available as a Thick Client or a Web Client. The Thick Client is a windows program and is what you're probably most familiar with. The Web Client allows you to access OnBase via a web browser.

How to Connect to a CUIT Shared Inbox - Outlook 2003

Add Your Cubmail Account to Outlook Log in to Outlook using your Exchange username and password Once logged in, from the main menu, select “Tools” -> “Email Accounts” In the new window, select “Add a new email-account” and press “Next” Select “IMAP” and press “Next” ...

How to Apply the College Brand to a Qualtrics Survey

This article describes the steps for applying the Columbia College Brand to a survey created using the College's Qualtrics service.

Spider: How to Scan

The Spider program is a tool created by Cornell University that is usedto locate sensitive information stored on computers. This includes USSocial Security numbers and credit card information. This articleexplains the basics of how to scan your computer with Spider.