News

September 2005

by Joe Chow

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) has been offering comprehensive IT support and services to faculty, staff and students especially in the lecture theatre (LT) and classroom environment. In particular, the CSC has worked with the Facilities Management Office (FMO) to provide a complete set of ...

by Yeung Man

The Mobile Computer Service (MCS) is a service provided by the Computing Services Centre (CSC) to allow students to access the campus network and the Internet via the wireless LAN to facilitate their studies. All full-time and part-time students in the main campus are eligible to borrow notebook ...

by Joe Lee

Desktop Security Management
Connecting to today's turbulent computing environment is not risk free. How can users survive from unknown virus infection, phishing attacks, software vulnerabilities and zero-day exploit? We have used McAfee's anti-virus software for some years and the ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) since 2002 for ...

June 2005

by Joe Lee

The Challenges In recent years, the substantial increase in student number has led to the significant shortage of computer teaching studio not only in its number but also with the right seating capacity. Unless immediate measures are to be taken, the situation will undoubtedly be worsened for the ...

March 2005

by Joe Lee

As publicized in the article "Delayed Deployment of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (WinXP SP2)" (Network Computing, Issue 41 - September 2004), WinXP SP2 is more than just a series of bug fixes but significant changes to the security protection mechanism. These changes can affect both existing ...

by Joe Lee

Due to continuous increase in student numbers and demand for Teaching Studios with larger capacity, the CSC has doubled the number of PC workstations in Room L making it possible to support 60 students doing computer practical exercises simultaneously. After this renovation, the room has the ...

by Joe Lee

X-Win32 (X-Server for PC) is a Microsoft Windows program that will turn a PC into an X Window System server. It will allow X client programs located on other computers (usually UNIX) to display the output at your PC using the MIT X11 protocol. The software offers a broad range of features and ...