Computer Service for Students
March 2000, the University introduced a pilot notebook computer
loan scheme as an extension of the Wireless LAN project. By allowing
students greater access to the computer applications on the network
and the Internet via the Wireless LAN with the use of portable computers...
for Microsoft Outlook Express Email Client
has been the standard and officially supported email client software
at the City University since its installation in 1997. Owing to
the fact that it is user-friendly, Eudora is welcomed by the majority
of staff on campus. However, as technology advances, more and more
problems have arisen from its lack of multi-language support...
to be Removed...
- Removal of English and Chinese Windows 98
in CSC Teaching Studios
- Phasing Out of Old Staff Email server and Old Webmail (Mailspinner)
- Removal of Email Service on Academic UNIX Server...
Hat Linux Teaching Environment is Available in CSC
Linux, featuring flexibility, open system
standard, and vast free resources (including itself), has become
the hottest operating system today...
of Existing Modem Pool
from 1 July 2003, the size of the existing modem pool will be reduced
and re-arranged as follows:
Pool, 2-hour limit (440 lines), hunt group number: 24704400...
Centre for IBM ThinkPad Notebook Users in CityU
If you are an IBM computer user who has not
yet heard about the CityU's IBM ThinkPad (TP) Service Centre, you
will be glad to know that it is now located at Room G2504 adjacent
to the entrance of the Computing Services Centre (CSC) on the 2/F
of Academic Building to provide speedy and convenient service to
Off at Night to Save Energy
a recent routine health and security check of on-campus computers
(as some of you might be aware), we found that a large number, over
3,000 at least, of PCs were turned on after office hours and left
Software Added on CSC Student LAN
a collection of useful software has been added to the CSC student
LAN which is accessible in the CSC Student Terminal Area. Some are
simply software upgrades while others may be new to staff and students...