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Issue 23 - March 2000

A Y2K Story
Crowds were there on the streets everywhere in the world. Thanks to the CityTV, a TV facility available on the campus network, the CSC staff had been able to join the fun and share the joy with people, not only in Hong Kong, but also in Beijing, New York, Gisborne (billed as the first city in the first developed country to enter the third millennium) etc., in celebrating the arrival of the long-awaited Year 2000 on the University campus...

Sports Facilities Booking & Information System: The First to Go on Web
The Sports Facilities Booking & Information System is a new system developed by the CSC, which allows end users to book facilities in the Sports Centre such as badminton courts, table tennis and gymnastics...

What's New?

CSC Help Desk: In Users' Eyes
A survey was conducted in December 1999 to find out how Help Desk users think of our
service during the year, and any recommendations for improvement. Thirty questionnaires were sent...

CityLive and CityTV: Live Broadcasting on Campus
CityLive and CityTV are two live Internet broadcasting services provided by the Computing Services Centre (CSC). These two services use...

Broadband: An Express Highway to the Net
Fast Internet access is essential for our work and daily life. Inside the campus, our sophisticated campus network guarantees that you have fast Internet access. However, you can only...

Multiple Choice Scanning D.I.Y.
The Computing Services Centre (CSC) has long been providing free electronic marking of multiple-choice type examination scripts and data capturing of survey forms ever since the optical mark...

Formation of Systems and Network Technical Group
In view of the increasing importance of computer facilities and the complexity of networking in the University, ensuring smooth..

Supercomputing Made Possible on Campus
In the past, the issue of setting up a supercomputing facility in the University was raised a few times but turned down due to a number of reasons. First of all, supercomputing is only required for large scale and...

New Trends in CityU
Technology trend has been evolving rapidly over the years. Most users in the CityU are beginning to appreciate new technology and are making every effort to...

Technology Corner

Computer Virus Close-up
A computer virus is a program that is designed to replicate itself by copying itself into the other programs stored in a computer. There are several...


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