<p>The Hong Kong Pavilion, jointly organised by the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) to showcase the technological achievements of Hong Kong companies, was officially opened today (October 12, 2004) at the China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) 2004 held at the new Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.
<p class="content">Hong Kong companies and professionals in the digital entertainment industry are invited to participate in The Third Hong Kong Digital Entertainment Excellence Awards (HKDEEA) organised by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Commerce, Industry and Technology Bureau of HKSAR Government, the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), Hong Kong Digital Entertainment Association (DEA) and Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA).<br /><br />The launch ceremony of the Award Scheme was officiated today (30 November 200
<p class="content">Over 1,000 industrial leaders, manufacturers and senior government officials from Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta (PRD) today (12 November 2004) attended the Hong Kong-PRD Industrial Promotion Gala Dinner held in the city of Shenzhen, China, with an aim to promote economic and industrial development and foster collaboration between Hong Kong and the PRD.<br /><br />The event was jointly organized by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI), and Shenzhen Association of Enterprises with Foreign Inve
<p class="content">Over 150 professionals from the information technology (IT) and business communities attended the first day of the regional Information Security Summit 2004 held in Hong Kong today (11 November 2004) to obtain the latest updates on information security and its related technologies.<br /><br />Under the theme of “Management Challenges for Effective Information Security Governance”, over twenty speakers from Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, UK and USA shared their insights on the latest developments in information
<p class="content">The Hong Kong Chamber of Small and Medium Business (HKCSMB) and Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) today (10 November 2004) launched a “DIY Consolidated Data Management” Programme to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) upgrade their IT capabilities and enhance business workflow.<br /><br />Developed by the HKCSMB and HKPC with funding from the SME Development Fund of the Trade and Industry Department of the HKSAR Government, and with software sponsored by Microsoft Corporation, the “DIY Consolidated Data Management” Programme provides a
<p class="content">Over 300 representatives from the local business community attended the "Logistics Forum for the Future" held at the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) today (9 November 2004) to obtain the latest market and technological updates on the development of the logistics industry.<br /><br />Organized by HKPC, the Forum provided a communication platform for industry experts from government, academic, trade and industry sectors to share their views on the future of logistics, the latest technologies and their impact on manufacturing indus
Websense Web@Work Survey Hong Kong (2004) Reflects Changing Attitudes towards Internet Use in the Office
<p class="content">"Decreased productivity" is the number one concern of employers in Hong Kong regarding their employees' web access to non-work related web sites during office hours, according to the findings of the Web@Work Survey Hong Kong (2004) commissioned by Websense, Inc.
<p class="content">More than 60 manufacturers, industrial designers and product developers from different industry sectors today (30 November 2004) attended the Intellectual Property (IP) Seminar for Hong Kong Manufacturers organised by the Productivity Training Institute of the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) to increase awareness of IP amidst Hong Kong's transition towards a knowledge-based economy.