The Chief Information Officer
Prof. Moshe Zukerman is the Acting Chief Information Officer (CIO) of City University of Hong Kong, leading the strategic planning, development, implementation and coordination of information services and technology solutions to support the University's academic, research and administrative activities. The CIO also oversees the work of the Computing Services Centre (CSC) and Enterprise Solutions Office (ESU).
|Prof. Moshe ZUKERMAN||Acting Chief Information Officer||+852 3442-4243|
|Miss Peggy LAW||Clerical Officer I||+852 3442-6640|
|Mr. Eric Pang||Senior Manager||+852 3442-7217|
|Mr. Shashi Bhushan||Senior Scientific Officer||+852 3442-2693|
|Mr. Sanjay BHATTACHARYYA||Information Architect||+852 3442-2901|
The e-Learning Team oversees technological support in online teaching and learning within City University of Hong Kong. In addition, the team provides consultations and services on the use of information technology to advance the University’s academic capacity. To support the University’s vision to excel in professional education, the team collaborates with various departments to develop and adopt innovative learning experiences, including virtual reality and augmented reality technologies.
The team is also responsible for the University’s learning management system, which is currently Canvas Cloud run by Instructure. Being the unified learning management system of the University, Canvas Cloud has an open architecture that integrates with Google Apps, Zoom, Turnitin, Panopto, and more. Please visit our e-Learning website for more information.
|Dr. Crusher WONG||Senior Manager||+852 3442-6633|
|Mr. Timothy CHU||Assistant IT Manager||+852 3442-6636|
|Mr. Mathew TANG||Assistant IT Manager||+852 3442-9842|
|Ms. Betsy WONG||Assistant IT Manager||+852 3442-6639|
|Ms. Cathy Chan||Information Technology Officer||+852 3442-9245|
UGC project staff
Information Security Unit
The Information Security Unit has the responsibility of defining and enforcing University-wide IT security policies, guidelines and procedures. Our IT systems contain valuable personal, teaching, and research data. IT security is crucial and is a key concern of the OCIO. Working with the Computing Services Centre (CSC) and the Enterprise Solutions Office (ESU), the Information Security Unit defines IT security standards and best practices, tools, and technologies for all IT teams in the University to follow and use. The Information Security Unit is also responsible for promoting IT security best practices and awareness throughout the CityU community.