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  1. Jockey Club hopes IT will reverse decline

    Posted Mar 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... BIEN PEREZ The Hong Kong Jockey Club has ramped up its information technology in an effort to reach more customers and reverse a decline in betting turnover. While recent IT projects have ... $11 billion to about 180 charities and community projects in Hong Kong. The Jockey Club has introduced its Sectional Timing for Racing Information and Dynamic Entertainment system or Stride. ...

  2. Network system set to gallop with Micromuse

    Posted Mar 01st 2004, 12:00am by Danyll Wills

    ... DANYLL WILLS The Hong Kong Jockey Club hopes its new network management system Netcool, from Micromuse, will give it a clearer and quicker picture of its entire network. The Jockey Club ... much they are now selling it,' he said. Micromuse was founded in London in 1989 and originally worked with British Telecom. The manager of IT infrastructure at the Jockey Club, Raymond ...

  3. Mobile phone all-clear won't boost bookies

    Posted Feb 11th 2004, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... will be lifted on Saturday week, coinciding with the sponsorship of the Hong Kong Gold Cup on that day by telecommunications firm CSL. The Jockey Club made the twin announcements yesterday as CSL became ... phones on racecourses, the Jockey Club insisted yesterday. Executive director of security Tim McNally said lifting restrictions on mobile phone use at racecourses was a risk the club was willing ...

  4. Economic optimism to ramp up spending

    Posted Jan 27th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... for telecoms service providers for keeping their top-tier clients and capturing large new customers. Last month, the Hong Kong Jockey Club appointed a consortium led by Hutchison Global Communications ... and expanding service variety,' said Steve Beason, Hong Kong Jockey Club executive director for information technology. According to research firm Dell'Oro Group, demand for more advanced ...

  5. Economic optimism to ramp up spending

    Posted Jan 26th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... clients and capturing large new customers. Last month, the Hong Kong Jockey Club appointed a consortium led by Hutchison Global Communications (HGC) to implement its own Multi-Services Network ... integrity, network availability and scalability delivered are exactly what we need to support increasing transaction volumes and expanding service variety,' said Steve Beason, Hong Kong Jockey ...

  6. Ring leaders spread cheer

    Posted Dec 18th 2003, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... Carrie Chan Mobile network operator SmarTone will donate the proceeds from downloads of Christmas ring tones mixed by RTHK disc jockeys. The network's customers pay $5 every time they download to their mobile phones one of the 11 available tones. The 'RTHK DJ connecting tones' will be available from today. The tones were mixed by RTHK disc jockeys, including Candy Chea ...

  7. Thinking global and acting local

    Posted Feb 14th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the first such institution to be granted these. To connect its students in Hong Kong with those from other parts of the world, the school has introduced an online e-learning platform. ... environment with not many specific references to Hong Kong, discussions on more local business situations, such as those in the mainland market, are highlighted during workshops. The workshops also ...

  8. Bank expands range of Hong Kong services

    Posted Jul 01st 2004, 12:00am by Chris Davis

    ... Chris Davis The Canadian financial institution has upgraded its IT system to offer clients more global products The Hong Kong branch of the Royal Bank of Canada, established in the city ... employer among Canadian banks in Hong Kong. Over the past 18 months, it has invested more than C$1 million (HK$5.79 million) in implementing and upgrading its information technology systems ...

  9. Direct elections will not ruin Hong Kong

    Posted Apr 21st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Sunday Morning Post, April 18). Mr Li spoke about how Hong Kong could be 'ruined' if democracy moved too quickly. I read his message not as pragmatic wisdom, but a threat. I suppose it is easy to scare Hong Kong people, considering how hard they were hit by the property price plunge, negative assets and unemployment in the late 1990s. But economic crises such as these happen ...

  10. Online music comes into play in Hong Kong

    Posted Apr 27th 2004, 12:00am by Shane Abrahams

    ... to sign online distribution deals. One record company that is embracing the internet is Hong Kong based Naxos, one of the world's largest producers of classical music. The company's ... songs by EMI artists. Chan Fai-hung, managing director of EMI Hong Kong, said a similar service was being planned for Hong Kong as part of EMI's global online strategy. 'We aim ...




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