News

December 2008

by S.K. Tsui

The PBX (Public Branch Exchange) phone system that we are currently using is over 18 years old and has already reached its end-of-life cycle. There is a great potential risk of system breakdown due to hardware failure which may impact the majority of the university community. It is therefore ...

by Henry Wong

As we have announced before, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) has a plan for the provision of Microsoft (MS) Exchange server as an alternative and supported email system for the university. The MS Exchange System is more than an Email system. It is an enhanced, integrated and unified messaging ...

September 2008

by John Chan

You may have experience in receiving email that looks like being sent from the "support", "service", "network/email/web administrator"... etc. of the University, and you were asked to provide your account password by either replying to the email, or clicking a link in the email to access a web page ...

March 2008

by Desmond Chan

Abstract Nowadays, the Internet world is no longer a passageway for communication among people with text contents. Over the last few years there has been a dramatic improvement in the quality of IP-based network media technologies. Obviously, streaming media technologies continue to be cast into new ...

by Wilson Wong

Introduction With the advancement of broadband internet services and the availability of huge storage devices at low cost, a new trend of World Wide Web technology, Web 2.0, becomes more and more widely used. Web 2.0[1], as defined by Dario de Judicibus, “is a knowledge-oriented environment where ...