Thursday, April 30, 2020

Web Design Competition 2020

 Here are the results of the web competition conducted together with Nanasala Centres in the Balangoda, Teldeniya and Gampaha Centres.











Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Bestweb.lk - Notice 23-4-2020




Bestweb.lk 2020    

                    

LK Domain Registry would like to notify all aspiring participants that the registration for Bestweb.lk is now open and we are accepting online applications.

However, while addressing the current country situation and complying with prevailing government rules and regulations, the timelines may be subject to revision.

For more details on how to register please visit  : 
www.bestweb.lk


Sunday, April 5, 2020

Why Work from Home

Why Work from Home -  Article refer from  https://wfh.lk/

With most of the world leading a battle against the dreadful Covid-19, we are advised to play our part by staying at home, and thereby preventing the spread of the coronavirus.

One by one, countries are implementing preventive measures to secure the well-being of its citizens and control containment rates. And while the health of our loved ones and ours is the biggest concern for all of us, companies around the world are stepping up by introducing remote working. 

To move forward with day to day work activates best practice of setting up workspace from Home:
More details to how to find solution

What’s needed for Work-from-Home?
  • hardware and software for home users
Each employee should generally have a notebook or PC at home. Some may be able to work using a phone.
  • connectivity
  • cloud or in-premise systems and applications
  • voice
  • consultancy and support


TechCERT: Secure Work From Home – A guide to making sure you don’t let hackers in


Article refer from  https://wfh.lk/

Hints and Tips-Work From Home


 Hints and Tips for setting up a Work From Home Facility

1.   Establish some ground rulesIntroduce your household with your working hours and make sure your kids or flatmates know that while you are at home, you are also working. 
2.   Place your work-related belongings around the laptop or your PC, to simulate the set up you have at your office.
3.   Choose a space and time frame where and when you’ll work
4.   Place your work-related belongings around the laptop or your PC, to simulate the set up you have at your office.
5.   Your desk should be wide enough for you not to feel cramped in.
6.   Pick a chair that is comfortable, the one that will not leave you with a backache after the second day of remote work. Or, step out, get yourself at the balcony and enjoy the fresh air while doing your job, enjoy the sun but don’t forget to put yourself on mute while you are on a conference call.
7.   Take breaks, make yourself some coffee, tea, juice or snack, but make sure you don’t overdo snacking and have actual meals. 
8.   Set a Schedule : You don’t have to be in a pantsuit, but make an effort, since this will set the mood and you’ll focus more easily. Your body will figure out, we advise you to set your schedule and work accordingly. 
9.   Don’t forget to move around every now and then! A quick stretching session or even a stroll around your apartment will do! Analogue breaks are a must!
10. Don’t Neglect Your Mental Health- The easiest thing one can do when faced with working from home for the first time is to neglect their mental health. The stress of communicating exclusively online, not being surrounded by your coworkers, and waiting in line for your turn to speak, can put a strain on your wellbeing. The best thing to do is to adopt instead of resisting

Article by : Sampath Sri - LK Domain Registry
      Article refer from  https://wfh.lk/



Saturday, April 4, 2020

WORK FROM HOME - REGISTRATION

Working from home has been gaining in popularity both in Sri Lanka and abroad, and has become essential in the current situation. 

Many IT companies have been using work-from-home for some time, but it is new territory for other organisations.

Employers’ wishes to provide work from home SERVICE may send your inquiries to nishanthi@nationalchamber.lk




 more info  https://wfh.lk/





Working from home

CHAMBER ACADEMY HOSTS FIRST WORK-FROM-HOME WEBINAR FOR OVER A HUNDRED PARTICIPANTS

Working from home has been gaining in popularity both in Sri Lanka and abroad, and has become essential in the current situation. Many IT companies have been using work-from-home for some time, but it is new territory for other organisations. 
Taking the lead in empowering the private sector during COVID-19, the Chamber Academy of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with FITIS and LK Domain Registry, hosted a webinar for over a hundred participants, on how to successfully work from home (WFH).
The webinar covered an introduction to working from home, and the communication aspects of it by Professor Gihan Dias, CEO of LK Domain Registry; Collaboration and Workflow Aspects by Mr. Wellignton Perera, Director/ CEO of Enhanzer (Pvt) Ltd; and Security aspects by Mr. Sujit Christy, a Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Cybersecurity Professional. The event was moderated by Mr. Aruna Alwis, CEO of FITIS.

 for more info :  https://wfh.lk/


Thursday, April 2, 2020

Cyber Security - Hithawathi program

Cyber Security and safer use of social media awareness programs conducted at Lyceum International College,  Nuwara Eliya.

Two sessions were conducted as one for grade 8 students together with the parents and the another session for the Advanced Level students.

Sampath Sri Rajarathne  at Lyceum International College,  Nuwara Eliya 




"Joomla Web Designing Training Program"

Teldeniya Nenasala facilitated  and  LK Domain Registry Sponsored a  "Joomla Web Designing Training Program"   for Teachers at  Tr...