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BitLocker To Go User Guide
Guideline to Back Up your Computer and Important Files
VPN Connection Setup Guide
Microsoft Windows 10
Microsoft Windows 7
Office 365 ProPlus
Microsoft Office 2013
Microsoft Office 2010
Internet Explorer 11
Virtual Desktop Service (VDS)
USB Flash Drive
CityU SMS (for Department)
CityU SMS (for Staff & Student)
iPad (iOS 5.x)
Wiping a Mobile Device
Wiping Mass Storage Device
Handling Handheld Smart Devices for Service Maintenance, Recycling Use, and Disposal
Staff Account Renewal
Changing Local Administrator Password
McAfee Endpoint Security
Full Scan of Your Computer for Concealed Computer Virus
Computer Warranty Scheme
Issue 69 - September 2011
WLAN Service Quality and Performance Check
Since the CityU Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) has rapidly become an essential requirement for the University community, the usability and stability of the WLAN service is therefore very important. In this regard...
Ceasing the Support for Windows Vista
The Computing Services Centre (CSC) announced on 25 May 2011 that the university will cease the support of Windows Vista (Win Vista, SP1 and SP2) upon the termination of support for Vista SP1 by Microsoft starting August 2011...
SecureZIP Encryption Software for Adoption
Every day, a large amount of sensitive information and data are being transferred through emails or movable devices. Security threats increase as emails are uncontrollable...
New and Improved
Upgrading www6: The Application Side
The central web hosting service has been set up for many years to provide a consolidated, fully monitored and managed environment for hosting departmental web sites and project web sites...
What’s New in Internet Explorer 9?
Microsoft launched its latest web browser Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) in mid-March 2011. In comparison with IE8 and IE7, IE9 is clearly faster, cleaner and safer than its predecessors. In addition...
IT Security Awareness - Cloud Computing
II. Risk of Cloud Computing in Universities
The benefits of cloud computing are both a friend and a foe from a security point of view. The massive concentrations of resources and shared usage pattern present a more attractive target to attackers...
Tips and Tricks
Five ways to add a note to an Outlook email message
10 great Mac tips to make you more productive
How to enable Flash in Chrome for specific websites
Android performance tips and tweaks
How to create two advanced dynamic lists in Excel
How to share WiFi credentials and contact info using QR codes
At a Glance
Opening Hours of the CSC
Software List on CSC Student LAN
Staff Computer Courses
List of CSC Representatives
List of Departmental Network Administrators
CityVoD - CSC Forum Archive
IT Information for Students
IT Information for Staff
IT Information for Alumni
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