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It gives a great pleasure to announce that Sr Salwani Remli, our Assistant Information System Officerfrom ICT Customer Care & Application Support Department (iCARE) of ITD has been evaluated and selectedas ITD Employee of the Month for October until December 2011.Criteria of evaluation includes job performance, work attendance and peer evaluation among ITD staff.
It gives a great pleasure to announce that Sr. Noor Azah Arshad, our Assistant Administrative Officer from Administration & Finance Department (ARIFe) of ITD has been evaluated and selected as ITD Employee of the Month for July - September 2011.Criteria of evaluation includes job performance, work attendance and peer evaluation among ITD staff.
It gives a great pleasure to announce that Br Mohd. Ridza Senen, our Assistant Information System Officer from Computing and Server Management Department (CORE) of ITD has been evaluated and selected as ITD Employee of the Month for April until June 2011.Criteria of evaluation includes job performance and work attendance.
New Appoinments and Promotions,Spring Cleaning & KVC Programs
Appointment & Promotions
We would like to share the good news on the promotion of our Director. On behalf of ITD, we would like to congratulate the Director of ITD, Dr Abd Rahman Ahlan on his promotion to an Associate Professor (DS54) effective on March 2011. We look forward to your esteemed leadership as the Director of Information Technology Division.
Congratulations Sir !
Spring Cleaning @ 5s
ITD had conducted a two day awareness program on 5s on the 5th - 6th April and 11th - 12th April 2011. This was followed with a spring cleaning activities and movement of the core deaprtment to Level 2, ITD. All ITD staff participated in the program.
Knowledge Virtual Camp
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KVC- ITD Client Day No 1
Kulliyyah of Economics & Management Sciences
On the 5th May 2011, ITD organized a client day/dialogue sessions with the Kulliyyah Board Members of KENMS. Overall, 9 staff including the Dean of KENMS attended the programme. Eventhough, 9 out of 25 KBM attended the programme, it is considered a success as some issues discussed were highlighted and actions were updated. The Dean of KENMS also agrees that it is not the quantity of the crowd that ensures success of the event but the quality or input being discussed in the programme. In summary, the staff agrees that the programme met their expectations, well-structured and was effective in giving informative input to the kulliyyah. Most agrees that the objective of the programme is achived while 1 staff is unsure.
Please click at this link for more information KVC-ITD Clinet Day No 1
It gives a great pleasure to announce that Br Abdul Ghani Abdullah, Assistant Information System Officer from ICT Customer Care and Application Support Department (iCARE) of ITD has been evaluated and selected as ITD Employee of the Month for January until March 2011.Criteria of evaluation includes job performance and work attendance.
On the 31st January 2011, Information Technology Division welcomed our visitors from the Malikussaleh University, Acheh, Sumatera, Indonesia. The 6 academician from the University is currently on a 1 month Non Degree Training in IIUM. Sharing session on the ICT facilities available in IIUM and the organizational structure for IT was discussed. The University is keen to learn more on the centralization of repository and management of resources throughout the University. We hope that the sharing session with the academics from the University would benefit both ITD and the Malikussaleh University. We would like to wish them a pleasant stay in IIUM and hopefully they'll acquire good experiences that are beneficial to their University.
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On 27th January 2011, Prof. Dr. Bassam Jubran, Acting Vice Chancellor had a short working visit to Information Technology Division.The objective of the visit is to discuss the possibility of having a memorandum of understanding with IIUM in the near future and if IIUM can provide some consultancy services to us with regard of establishing an International School, online registration and evaluation, online financing system, online student feedback system and etc.With the presentation of the SFS (Student Feedback Survey) from ITD, they get some guidance on how to do manage Feedback Survey from student for their International school and beside hope to get some consultancy services from us.
On 25th January 2011, the first meeting of the year for ITD staffs was held at the Al-Khalil Conference Room, CELPAD, as well as a farewell party to celebrate two of ITD staffs who had moved to other departments. The meeting was chaired by Dr. Abdul Rahman Bin Ahlan, Director of ITD began with the recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah followed by opening remarks given by the Director. There were few issues being raised during the meeting. Madam Razsera started off by explaining the attendance matter, followed by a very brief introduction of new ITD staffs. Next, souvenirs were given out to ITD employee of the month (November 2010 – December 2010). The peak of the event was when Brother Syarafi came up front and received a very special souvenir from ITD as he has been transferred to another department. The event officially ended with a simple afternoon tea.
In ushering the spirit of new year, Dr Abdul Rahman, Director of ITD was invited to convey his valuable messages and words of wisdom to all ITD employees on the 13th January at the Multipurpose Hall of FSSD. The program that lasted for an hour began with the recital of du’a followed by speech delivered by the Director.
The speech started with the ITD list of achievement in 2010, from the in-house development projects to big projects which involved high costs. Dr Abdul Rahman expressed his utmost gratitude and appreciation towards the contributions made by all ITD employees to make every project such a huge success.
Next, Dr Abdul Rahman urged all ITD employees to work harder and willing to guide and assist each other regarding all issues and problems related to work. He also said that ITD employees should mingle more and know their colleagues well to embrace the sense of belonging among them. This is crucial to create a warm and friendly working environment so that everyone will be highly motivated to work efficiently.
Other than that, Dr Abdul Rahman also pressed that the selection of 2011 projects must be done based on the benefits that will be gained by the university. Each project must follow the concept of ‘Project Management Plan’ so that it is well organized and can be referred by all parties and users. University of Singapore on the other hand has been chosen as a benchmark for ITD because of its advancement in IT system.
Eventually, the program ended with question-and-answer session and lunch.
Note: Attached is the set of power point slides that have been prepared by Dr Abdul Rahman as a reference source. Click here!
Thank you and Wassalam
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(L-R: Erica Wee, Noorazah Arshad, Razsera Hassan Basri, Dorisya Sulaiman, Umi Kalthum Hanafi, Nurmaliza Jumaat, Masita Abd Rahman, Dr Akhmad Unggul Priantoro, Dr. Abd Rahman Ahlan, Laurence Ling, Ricoh IT Manager, Mustakim Ahmad, Muhamad Kamal Najib Fikrey Najib, Derek Low)
RICOH welcomes IIUM-ITD by Derek Low
SHAH ALAM(7th July 2010) : - ITD visited Ricoh Malaysia for an exclusive live Office Tour to witness and understand how they can work towards a "paper-less" working environment. Ricoh Malaysia's
senior management team showcased and demonstrated Ricoh's cutting-edge technology in the world of document management with the integration of Ricoh hardware, software and most importantly,brainware. IIUM-ITD can understand and learn the importance of managing their document workflow proceses and how it can be beneficial to their organization.
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Officers from Information Technology Division and Centre for Postgraduate Studies, IIUM coordinated a working visit to the University Malaya on the 9th November 2010. The objective of the visit was to share knowledge and experiences in the following services implemented in University Malaya:
1) Help Desk System
2) System(s) that handles Admission for Postgraduate Intake.
3) Network Operations Centre
4) UM e-survey
The discussion started of with the sharing of the University Malaya ICT Framework by the Director of Bahagian Teknologi Maklumat , UM. This is then followed by a demonstration of the UM Helpdesk System which is for the centralized management of the operational activities.
The next agenda was the demonstration and discussion on UM e-application and admission process flow. The UM's e-application pilot project was centered at 2 chosen faculties. These faculties were able to process application online and recommend for admission online from the faculty. Faculty staff can approve or not approve for recommendation, then relevant reports can be generated to assist meeting of admission.
Lastly, the discussion centered on the UM e-Survey. Even though, the software was initially purchased, UM owns and manage the e-Survey system themselves. The survey provides better functionality and maintenance. The possibility of IIUM adopting the system may be discussed in future meetings.
The working visit ended with a tour to the University Malaya Data Centre and the Network Operations Centre. In summary, systems or improvements of process that was shared by the Pusat Komputer, University Malaya can be adopted in IIUM. Further discussions and meeting of the minds needs to start in.
The following ITD personnel has been selected as ITD employee of the Month for the year of 2010. Criteria of evaluation includes job perfomance, work attendance and peer evaluation among ITD staff whose name were submitted by the respective Head of Department at ITD.
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Name: Khairiah Badzis
Department: Project‐based for Application Department
Post: Information System Officer
Mission and Vision:
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Name: Hasni Abdul Rahman
Department: Network And Telecommunication Department
Post: Senior Technician
Mission and Vision: "To create a differences in every work at in progress, that will be process or that have don."
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Name: Hasnol Firdaus Bin Mat Noor
Department: Computing and Server Management (CORE) Department
Mission and Vision: “learn from the past, focus on the present, moving for the future”
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Department: R&D, Email System, Databases and Security (REDS)
Post: Information System Officer
Misssion & Vision:
"It is my fervent hope that this award will serve as an encouragement to all staff to strive for their best in executing their work particularly in rendering services to our client (IIUM community)." ITD Director
3 Staff has been recently promoted effective 29 July 2010.
The ICT Open Day is an event held annually in IIUM. In 2010, this event was held on 27th - 29th July 2010 organized by Unicom Event Marketing in collaboration with FFSD and ITD. The programme does not only showcase ICT products but shall also include educational books and ICT talks to the IIUM community. This is one of the promotional and awareness activities planned for the IIUM community.
• Promotion of ICT services to the IIUM community.
• Technology updates awareness.
• Launch various new services to the IIUM community.
Dr. Abdul Rahman with Prof.Nik Ahmad Kamal is visiting the Book Fair during The ICT Open Day.
Mapita Meeting No.3/2010(24 October 2010)
On 4th August 2010, Dr Abdul Rahman, director of ITD, and some of the technical staffs from ITD and KICT had a short visit to F-Secure Lab in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. F-Secure is one of the most powerful anti-virus application systems in the market and has been employed by IIUM recently. This short visit was organized by PowerBloc, the only appointed F-Secure dealer and distributor in Malaysia.
- To get an overview about the whole operation of F-Secure in Malaysia and its lab’s internal environment.
- To gain an in-depth understanding on how F-Secure virus analysts analyze 150,000 malware samples on a daily basis.
- Participants are to discover the real working environment in the F-Secure lab.
- Participants are to expand their networks with the virus analysts from F-Secure.
- Participants are to obtain precious knowledge upon seeing the virus analysts’ job scopes.
- Participants are to learn the correct methods to protect computers from being corrupted by virus.
IIUM delegation took picture with F-Secure and PowerBloc Generations in front of the F-Secure’s Headquarters in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.