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Dear all,
Assalamualaikum

You know, Daffodil International University is one of the top graded IT based University in Bangladesh. Our one of the main correspondence system is Email. Regarding email security, last few days we are getting some news where some fraud using software, hacking email password and blackmail the email users. One of the secure option is 2-step verification.

Any of these common actions could put you at risk of having your password stolen:
• Using the same password on more than one site
• Downloading software from the Internet
• Clicking on links in email messages
 
2-Step Verification can help keep bad guys out, even if they have your password. Imagine losing access to your email account and everything in it. When a bad guy steals your password, they could lock you out of your account and then may do anything.

So, now it is time to use 2-step authentication as soon as possible. I am requesting you all to do it within three working days. If you face any difficulties, feel free to ask any IT people in your campus. For doing this I am attaching a guideline for enabling 2-step verification for your email account which will increase your email and data security.

2-Step Verification Guideline:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1v7Od9qrrU3vEfJISeb_B1zY53UPXcIYl/view
 
Recent Blackmail link:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_yDRLVYIB3xEny6ia3L51xzXhC0mVvdi/view   


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Use of email / Gmail’s Daily Limit on Sending Email
« on: May 14, 2018, 07:25:52 PM »
Gmail has certain email sending limits in place and you are only allowed to send a limited number of email messages per day. If you exceed the daily quota, Google may temporarily disable your Gmail account without any warnings and you may have to wait for up to 24 hours before you can regain access to your Gmail mailbox. Gmail has another restriction on the total number of recipients you can email per day so you cannot use CC or BCC to bypass the daily email sending limit.

Gmail isn’t designed for sending bulk email. If you are planning to send an email message to a large group of friends using Gmail, do read the following rules to avoid temporary lockdown of your Gmail:
Rule 1: You can send emails to a maximum of 500 recipients per day through the Gmail website. If you are a Google Apps for Work user, your daily limit is 10000 email recipients per day.

Rule 2: If you access Gmail via POP or IMAP clients, like Microsoft Outlook or Apple Mail, you can send an email message to a maximum of 100 people at a time. This also includes email sent through smtp-relay.gmail.com or smtp.gmail.com servers. If you exceed the limit, your account may be disabled for a day with the error – “550 5.4.5 Daily sending quota exceeded.”

Rule 3: Always double check email addresses of recipients before hitting the Send button. Google will temporarily disable your account if you send messages to more than 500 recipients or if you send a large number of undeliverable messages. This often happens when people use mailing lists that contain non-existent or broken email addresses that bounce back on failed delivery.

Rule 4: You can associate multiple email addresses, included non-Gmail addresses, with your Gmail account and send emails on behalf of any of these addresses. However, when sending mail from a different address, the original account’s message limits are applied.

Rule 5: If you are sending emails through Google Script, like in the case of Gmail Mail Merge, the daily sending limit is 100 recipients per day for free Gmail accounts. The limit is 1500 per day for paid Google Apps for Work accounts.

Rule 6: If you configured mail email clients to check your Gmail simultaneously – maybe you have several phones and computers – Gmail may sometimes lock your account. This happens because all the clients download large amounts of email in the same period and Gmail will throw the ‘Lockdown in Sector 4’ error. Your account should be re-enabled within 24 hours..
Reference: https://www.labnol.org/internet/email/gmail-daily-limit-sending-bulk-email/2191/



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CISCO Network Academy / CCNA Vendor Certification
« on: June 08, 2017, 01:03:56 PM »
I feel happy when I see my Cisco Academy student's success. Congratulations of my Five Cisco Students who have achieved CCNA Vendor Certification. They are now trying for CCNP. Hope before completing there B.Sc. in CSE degree they will complete more professional degrees !!!!!!!!!!!

Wishing you best of luck from DIU Cisco Networking Academy !!!!!

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Internet / Be Aware About Ransomware Attack
« on: May 14, 2017, 12:14:06 PM »
Dear all,
On Saturday to prepare for a renewed cyber-attack, convinced that a lull in a computer offensive that has stopped car factories, hospitals, schools and other organizations in around 100 countries was only temporary.

The pace of the attack by a destructive virus dubbed WannaCry slowed late on Friday, after the so-called "ransomware" locked up more than 100,000 computers, demanding owners pay to $300 to $600 get their data back. Companies rushed to protect Windows systems with patches that Microsoft released last month and on Friday. WannaCry exploited a vulnerability to spread itself across networks, a rare and powerful feature that caused infections to surge on Friday.

The worm is primarily impacting business, where it can spread quickly through a network to take down an entire company. Business take longer to install critical updates and patches, often to avoid impacting any legacy software they are running.

Few precautions:
•   First, install any software updates immediately and make it a regular habit. Turn on auto-updaters where available (Microsoft offers that option). Microsoft also recommends running its free anti-virus software for Windows.
•   If you don't already have a backup routine, start now and regularly save copies of all your files. That way if your machine gets infected and your photos and documents are encrypted, you don't need to worry about losing them.
•   Finally, always stay alert. Don't click on links that you don't recognize, or download files from people you don't know personally.

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Dear Students,
Bangladesh is a fast growing country in ICT field in the world. Now a days, Digital Bangladesh is a buzzword of this country. Cisco, a world renowned networking academy actively support the principles and programs of “Digital Bangladesh”. Cisco has been playing a vital role in training and creating network professions in the country through their Academy, a sister organization of Daffodil International University, for the last few years.

In order to tackle this issue of lack of ICT and networking professionals in the country, Cisco has taken up a project to train and motivate students/professionals to improve the ICT and networking skills in order to further their career.

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Dear Students,
You know, Bangladesh is a fast growing country in ICT field in the world. Now a days, Digital Bangladesh is a buzzword of this country.
Cisco, a world renowned networking academy actively support the principles and programs of “Digital Bangladesh”. Cisco has been playing a vital role in training and creating network professions in the country through their Academy, a sister organization of Daffodil International University, for the last few years. But still an over whelming majority of the people of remote areas of the country has remained deprived of access to ICT education.

In order to tackle this issue of lack of ICT and networking professionals in the country, Cisco has taken up a project to train and motivate students/professionals to improve the ICT and networking skills in order to further their career.

This project will work in line with the program of implementing the dream of “Digital Bangladesh” and “vision 2021”.
We, from Cisco Networking Academy, through this project, would like to teach/train a number of students and professionals some selected areas of ICT and networking for a better and more effective career. This project aims to increase employment and awareness on ICT and networking.

News Links:
http://tech.priyo.com/node/32523
http://lekhapora24.com/?p=59093


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Use of email / Secure your Email Account Using 2 Step Verification
« on: April 02, 2015, 12:49:32 PM »
Dear all,
You will be happy to know that recently in our mail service 2 step verification is added for you. We have activated this service for you for securing your email. You know, 2-Step Verification adds an extra layer of security to your university email Account, drastically reducing the chances of having the personal information in your account stolen. To break into an account with 2-Step Verification, bad guys would not only have to know your username and password, they'd also have to get a hold of your phone.
Enter your password
Whenever you sign into university email you'll enter your username and password as usual.
 
You’ll be asked for something else
Then, you'll be asked for a code that will be sent to you via text, voice call, or mobile app. Or, if you have a Security Key, you can insert it for login.
 
Keep it simple
During sign-in, you can choose remember that particular computer as a trusted device. From then on, when you sign in to that computer that time you need only your password.
 
You'll still be secured, because when you or anyone else tries to sign in to your account from another computer, a verification code or a Security Key will be required.

Notes: Please find the attachment for taking guideline for activating your 2 step verification (if necessary).

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CISCO Network Academy / Seminar on Networking as a Career
« on: March 13, 2014, 02:26:05 PM »
Dear Students,
Daffodil International University (DIU) was authorized on 1/1/2004 to work as Cisco Networking Academy in Bangladesh. It has been observed that Computer and Internet-based Technologies have become the key economic drive and fundamental force to financial growth of the 21st century. The prime objectives of the program are demand-based curriculum, hands-on labs, perfect instruction, training, support and preparation for industry-based certification. Considering Bangladesh and the global context, DIU arranges courses for the students and professionals to face challenge of the worldwide growing needs of networking of the present century.

Career development workshops are excellent means of getting good career information and advice and work well to complement the one-on-one approach described in the first section. Career development workshops offer an interactive environment where students can learn from experts, practice with peers, and receive employer tips. This is a great opportunity to get answers to all career-related questions by the experienced staff. To brighten up the career of the students Cisco Networking Academy is helping students prepare for in-demand information and communication technology (ICT) jobs and career certifications.

Mission of the Workshop:
To provide guidelines for the undergraduate students, which will assist in making Effective career planning to prepare students for the world of work before they graduate and put them on the right track as early as possible by emphasizing the importance of self-assessment in taking their first step towards identifying their career of interest and setting effective strategies to land satisfactory employment.

Vision of Community Services:
•   Striving for Excellence   
•   Providing a Practical Field Guide for Networking Students
•   Providing Business Success Tips for Young Entrepreneurs
•   Creating alertness among the students about the Prospect of Networking as a career in Bangladesh
•   Providing IT  job related guidance
•   Providing latest  news and information on Cisco technology
•   motivate the students to get enrollment in Cisco Academy Program
•   Creating Solutions
•   Fulfilling Dreams

Speakers of the Seminar:
Professor Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman
Vice Chancellor & Chief Guest
Daffodil International University

Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed
RM at CISCO Systems

Mr. Moshiur Rahman.
Network Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems

Mr. Md. Wahid Uz Zaman
Managing Director
ESL Bangladesh Limited

Mr. Md. Nadir Bin Ali
LMC, Cisco Local Academy

Dr. A. K. M. Fazlul Haque
Head, ETE and
Instructor, Cisco Local Academy

Learning Outcomes for Students of Daffodil International University:
•   Students will envision the possibilities of their future IT Career path can hold.
•   Students will value Computer networking as a growing job field
•   Students will understand the prospect of networking as a career.
•   Students will be acquainted with the importance of career prospect of Cisco Certification Courses
•   Students will be interested to get adequate coaching and guidance to acquire Cisco Certification
•   Students will get Networking job related guidance, news and latest information
•   Students will understand the importance of fair amount of practical exposure to the networking industry
•   Students will be interested to obtain expert level certification provided by Cisco, CCIE which is very rewarding.
•   Students will  be familiar with the Essential Character Traits of an Entrepreneur
•   Students will grow professionally

Impact of the Community Service:
A Three hours long workshop on career development organized on 25 February 2014 at Daffodil International University, Dhaka. Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed (RM at CISCO Systems), Mr. Moshiur Rahman. (Network Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems ), Mr. Md. Wahid Uz Zaman (Managing Director, ESL Bangladesh Limited )were present as Special guest of the workshop and delivered a valuable speech on career development to help undergraduate and graduate students explore careers or find work. I along with the help of Mr. Nadir Bin Ali, Legal Main Contact of Daffodil International University-Cisco Academy was conducted the workshop.

Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed given a brief overview on Future of Networking Business in Bangladesh and Mr. Moshiur Rahman provided a Practical Field Guidance for Networking Students to provide a valuable boost to the career of the students. Mr. Md. Wahid Uz Zaman given business Success Tips for Young Entrepreneurs to succeed in technological business today  and encouraged the students to reach the last and the most prestigious level of Cisco certification ,CCIE as he is a certified professional  role model in Bangladesh.

Students Participation:
Around one hundred and eighty five students from CSE, ETE and EEE department of DIU were present there and took part in question and answering session and feedback round.

Feedback of the students:
   Students are interested to build career in networking sector.
   Students are willing to boost their IT career
   Students are interested to complete Cisco Certified Courses
   Students are now familiar  with Cisco technologies
   Students are willing to gain more IT knowledge and hands-on experience through Networking Academy courses
   Students are now familiar with the community activity of UIU-Cisco Local academy

Feedback of the students:
   Students are interested to build career in networking sector.
   Students are willing to boost their IT career
   Students can view computer networking as one of the best field available today to enrich your career
   Students are interested to complete Cisco Certified Courses
   Students are now familiar  with  technology trend of Cisco
   Students are willing to gain more IT knowledge and hands-on experience through Networking Academy courses
   Students are interested to gain in-depth and expert level knowledge about the networking concepts.
   Students are now familiar with the Tips and Tricks for Success for a Young Entrepreneur.


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CISCO Network Academy / Study material on IPv4
« on: November 25, 2013, 10:14:54 AM »
Dear Students,
Please find a nice document on IPv4, Developed by Peter Smith. Expecting you will be benefited.
 

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CISCO Network Academy / Notice for CCNA
« on: November 25, 2013, 10:05:34 AM »
Dear students,
You know, Daffodil International University is an authorized on Cisco Local Academy in Bangladesh. It has been observed that Computer and Internet-based Technologies have become the key economic drive and fundamental force to financial growth of the 21st century. The prime objectives of the program are demand-based curriculum, hands-on labs, perfect instruction, training, support and preparation for industry-based certification. Considering Bangladesh and the global context, DIU arranges courses for the students and professionals to face challenge of the worldwide growing needs of network of the present century.

The CCNA Program is designed by Cisco to produce skilled graduates who can satisfy the growing demands of computer networking and its applications at home and abroad. It provides the students an opportunity to obtain a broad knowledge in Cisco devices & Computer networking.

Facilities: Daffodil International University provides quality class resources for its students. Labs are well equipped and include the latest Premium Bundle of CISCO networking devices.
Class Time: Classes will be held twice a week in the evening from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
Faculty Members: Daffodil International University is an authorized CISCO training provider and all instructors are certified persons by the Regional Academy, BUET.
Course materials: Course materials for the students will be available Online. Students can access course materials by using their log-in IDs and passwords.

Scholarship:
Daffodil International University will provide scholarships for the students of each Batch in every Module of the CCNA course, based on their results. The student, who will secure first position in all examinations will get 50% waiver (for the next module) and the student, who secures first position only in the Final Examination will get 25% tuition fee waiver for the next module. However, if any student fulfills both the criteria, in that case; that particular student will get scholarship (i.e., 50% course fee waiver) for the consecutive module only.

The program has been structured in four Modules:
CCNA Exploration 4.0
CCNA 1: Network Fundamentals
CCNA 2: Routing Protocols and Concepts
CCNA 3: LAN Switching and Wireless
CCNA 4: Accessing the WAN

Course Introduction for CCNA1 34th Batch:
Course Orientation:  November 27, 2013 (Wednesday)
Venue: Main Campus, Room No: 202 (1st Floor)
Time: 5:00PM to 5:30PM

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CISCO Network Academy / Notice for CCNA1 31st Batch
« on: February 17, 2013, 04:19:57 PM »
Dear students,

Greetings and Good morning

You know, Daffodil International University is an authorized on Cisco Local Academy in Bangladesh. It has been observed that Computer and Internet-based Technologies have become the key economic drive and fundamental force to financial growth of the 21st century. The prime objectives of the program are demand-based curriculum, hands-on labs, perfect instruction, training, support and preparation for industry-based certification. Considering Bangladesh and the global context, DIU arranges courses for the students and professionals to face challenge of the worldwide growing needs of network of the present century.

The CCNA Program is designed by Cisco to produce skilled graduates who can satisfy the growing demands of computer networking and its applications at home and abroad. It provides the students an opportunity to obtain a broad knowledge in Cisco devices & Computer networking.

Facilities: Daffodil International University provides quality class resources for its students. Labs are well equipped and include the latest Premium Bundle of CISCO networking devices.

Class Time: Classes will be held twice a week in the evening from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Faculty Members: Daffodil International University is an authorized CISCO training provider and all instructors are certified persons by the Regional Academy, BUET.

Course materials: Course materials for the students will be available Online. Students can access course materials by using their log-in IDs and passwords.

Scholarship:
Daffodil International University will provide scholarships for the students of each Batch in every Module of the CCNA course, based on their results. The student, who will secure first position in all examinations will get 50% waiver (for the next module) and the student, who secures first position only in the Final Examination will get 25% tuition fee waiver for the next module. However, if any student fulfills both the criteria, in that case; that particular student will get scholarship (i.e., 50% course fee waiver) for the consecutive module only.

The program has been structured in four Modules:
CCNA Exploration 4.0
CCNA 1: Network Fundamentals
CCNA 2: Routing Protocols and Concepts
CCNA 3: LAN Switching and Wireless
CCNA 4: Accessing the WAN

Course Introduction for CCNA1 31st Batch:
Date: February 27, 2013 (Wednesday)
Venue: Main Campus, Room No: 305
Time: 4:30PM

 

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Programming Language / ACM ICPC 2012 @ DIU
« on: September 30, 2012, 11:18:41 PM »
Dear all,
You will be happy to know that Daffodil International University will be hosting ACM-ICPC Dhaka Regional Programming Contest 2012 on 8 December at Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel with presence of 60+ universities along with teams from China, Malaysia, India, Thailand and other Asian countries. The expectation is as many as 150 teams from 70+ universities will participate this programming contest.

Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), started in late 18th century, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society with more than 100,000 members that delivers resources for advancing computing as a science and a profession as a whole. ACM (www.acm.org) provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources world-wide.

The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is a multitier, team-based, programming competition operating under the auspices of ACM and headquartered at Baylor University (http://icpc.baylor.edu). ACM ICPC contest involves a global network of universities hosing regional competitions that advance teams to the ACM-ICPC World Finals. Participation has grown to several tens of thousands of the young talented sharpen students and faculty members in computing disciplines more than 2,500 over universities from over 80+ countries on these six continents. This programming contest fosters creativity, teamwork, and innovation in building new software programs, and enables students to test their ability to perform under pressure through solving challenging problems in well defined timeframe.


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Job market for DIU student / Job opportunity for CSE/ETE Students
« on: August 11, 2012, 11:26:00 AM »
Dear CSE/ETE graduates of DIU,
You are requested to apply for the below position.

Job Title: Assistant System Engineer/Network Engineer.
No. of Vacancies: 04 (Four)
Job Nature: Full Time

Organization: IIG Company (02), BanglaLion Communications Limited (02)
Educational requirements:
B.Sc. in CSE
B.Sc. in ETE

Others qualification:
1.   CCNA Certified/ CCNA Academic Course completion certificate.
2.   Basic knowledge of Linux.

Salary:
   Negotiable.

Send your CV to it@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd within August 24, 2012


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Use of email / How to Export User List from Google Apps
« on: July 10, 2012, 04:10:49 PM »
Dear all,
There may be a time when you need to export a list of Google Apps users to a .csv (comma separated value) file. Exporting a user list of your Google Apps accounts is helpful when you need to manipulate the data in some way. You can export the list and then import the data using Microsoft Excel or Google Spreadsheet. From there you can modify user's data including names and email addresses.

When you export a list of users in Google Apps the headers in the csv file include; EmailAddress, FirstName, LastName, LastLogin, FirstLogin and Quota. The Quota header is used to indicate the percentage of the mailbox's size is currently being used. Exporting the user list is convenient when you have to bulk change everyone's password for some reason. You can export the Google Apps user list then change the headers to; email address, first name, last name and then add password for the fourth column. Then add a password for your users. Perform a bulk upload of users and then set the password to change upon first login.

How To:
•   Log in to your Google Apps Domain as a user with Super Administrator privileges.
•   Click on Manage this Domain in the upper right of your Email screen.


•   Select the Organization & Users tab up top.



•   Click on More Actions and then select Download as CSV.
•   This will export your current list of users to a .csv file that you may now use to change, modify, add or remove Google Apps users. You can open this list in Microsoft Excel or Google Apps Spreadsheet. The image below shows what the list of users looks like when imported into Google Apps Spreadsheet.




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CISCO Network Academy / Notice for CCNA3 14th Batch
« on: July 08, 2012, 10:43:16 AM »
Dear Students,
Your CCNA3 14th Batch class will be stared on July 15, 2012 (Sunday) at 5:00PM. All are requested to attend the class in time.

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