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by P Y Fung (FMO), Joseph Ng (ESU)

campus ground level carpark of YEUNG
As part of an initiative to build a smart campus, the Carpark Management System at the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Complex (BOC), Yeung Kin Man Academic Building (YEUNG) and Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (LAU) have been upgraded with the video analytics technology. The new Carpark Management System ...

by Yeung Man

Since our last article (Ref: Network Computing Issue 43 – March 2005) on the Computer Account Management (CAM) System, the system has evolved to serve more than just simple maintenance tasks. Now it manages not only the accounts for students and alumni, but also those for staff, applicants, ex-staff ...

by Joe Lee

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) has provided multiple-choice examination marking and survey data capturing for more than 20 years. The high-speed scanner (NCS Opscan 8/50) for supporting these services has been in service since March 2001. As there are more and more ways to carry out multiple ...

by Maria Chin

After serving the CityU community diligently for 14 years, the Hard Copy Services (HCS) will retire on June 30, 2008. The HCS came into service in 1994. You see and walk by its productions everyday, for example, the big banners hanging above the red doors entrance to the Academic Building and those ...

by Raymond Poon

Before the inception of Banner - our University ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) can only provide operational and transactional data regarding the efficiency of its services. Now armed with vast organizational business intelligence data derived from ...

by Louisa Tang

In the past, IT policies and regulations were developed in a relatively piece-meal manner, and established as and when the need arose. The Committee on Information Services and Technology, at its meeting in December 2006, agreed to formulate a comprehensive and structured set of regulations on IT ...

by Noel Laam

The entire CityU community is reminded once again of the University's commitment to the protection of intellectual property and copyrighted material. The Computing Services Centre (CSC), as the administrator of the campus network, will take all necessary actions (e.g., blocking the network ...

by Angela Tang

The community of City University is expanding not just in the increasing number of student, alumni and staff, but also diverse relationships with the University such as prospective students/staff, visiting scholars, exchange students, retired staff, etc. Moreover it is common to have multiple roles ...

by Yeung Man, Peter Mok

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) offers a variety of IT services to the students and helps manage a lot other services jointly supported by the cooperative efforts of administrative and/or academic departments. Some of these services include the e-Learning service, the e-Portal service, the Email ...

by Noel Laam

In order to cope with the surging increase of student intake in September 2004, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) has adjusted the provision of student services and below is a brief outline of it. The CSC teaching studios and terminal rooms are all made available to the University for central ...