News

December 2010

by Henry Wong

University Email
The Committee on Information Services and Technology (CIST) has approved to adopt the Microsoft Exchange Server (Exchange) as the standard University email server for staff, and will phase out the current Sun Java System Messaging Server (JSMS) which is an old technology and must be replaced ...

September 2010

by Henry Wong

The Exchange System is more than an email system. It is an enhanced, integrated and unified messaging system that provides Email, Calendar, Scheduling, Resource Booking, Contacts (Address Books), Tasks, Notes, etc. on an integrated and unified platform. Thus, data and services can easily be accessed ...

by S K Tsui

In addition to the basic phone and fax service provided by the CityU IP Phone System, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) is preparing to deploy a personal fax service supported by the RightFax fax server where users can send and receive faxes using their own networked PCs. Fax server is a ...

June 2010

by Henry Wong

wiki services
You may have noticed that, since the end of last month, you have been receiving email from your external correspondents in only a matter of seconds. This is the result of the recent system upgrade performed on the university incoming mail gateway. Spam/junk email had been the headache of email users ...

March 2010

by Joe Lee

Enterprise 2.0 is defined as “a system of web-based technologies that provide rapid and agile collaboration, information sharing, emergence and integration capabilities in the extended enterprise.” (Please visit http://www.aiim.org/What-is-Web-2.0.aspx for details.) As technologies advance rapidly ...

by S K Tsui

Voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) is the technology integrating Voice over IP (VoIP, the technology used in the IP Phone system) and WLAN technology, enabling the Computing Services Centre (CSC) to enhance the current phone service to include wifi phones in mobile communication support. The wifi phones ...