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Issue 62 - December 2009

What's Up?

Google Analytics: Tells you About your Website Visitors
An organization’s website introduces the organization to the billions of Internet users worldwide and showcases its strengths and achievements. Therefore, it would be crucial to find out who the audiences are and if the information being put up on the website is useful and interesting to them; basically whether the target audience can easily find the information they need ...

Implementation of Windows 7: An update
We have announced our tentative implementation plan of Windows 7 through various channels, including Network Computing (“Windows 7 – A First Glimpse”, Network Computing Issue 61 - September 2009), notification to Departmental Network Administrators of departments (early November) and network message to all staff in mid-November. Due to the overwhelming response...

Beyond the Basics

Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server 2008
With the advance of technology, organizational data is often already collected in computer database through the use of database management system such as Access, Oracle, SQL Server … etc. Data has to be gathered, modeled and transformed before it can used to troubleshoot problems, extract useful information, suggest solutions and support decision making. Furthermore...

IT Security Awareness

Protecting Your Wireless Communication
In recent years, due to the proliferation of low cost mobile devices like notebook/netbook computers and Wi-Fi phones, more and more people use these devices for communication and Internet access via the wireless networks However, wireless networks are insecure by nature. In wireless networks, data transmissions are broadcast over radio waves through the open air. Hence, they are more susceptible to security attacks...


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