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Whar are 100 Brilliant Business Minds' Quotes?

Inspirational quotes are still the quote even though it is from the famous business leaders if we do not take it into own action. But sometimes, those are very useful tools to inspire ourselves when experiencing as them. That why the 100 best quotes are here.


Here are the sample of their quotes:

Bill Gates
Founder, Microsoft
Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.
Warren Buffett
Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway Inc
Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.
Steve Jobs
Founder, Apple
Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.
Larry Page
Co-founder, Google Inc.
If we were motivated by money, we would have sold the company a long time ago and ended up on a beach.
Henry Ford
Founder, Ford
If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said, "a faster horse"!

 Jeff Bezos
 Founder, Amazon.com
A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.
Cher Wang
Co-founder, HTC Corporation
I always have this imagination, something I want to use. I don't understand the idea of leisure time.
Colonel Sanders
Founder, KFC
There's no reason to be the richest man in the cemetery. You can't do any business there.
Howard Schultz
Chairman & CEO, Starbucks
Success is best when it's shared.
Jack Ma
Founder, Alibaba Group
Never give up. Today is hard, tomorrow will be worse, but the day after tomorrow will be sunshine.
Check out infographic below for 100 brilliant business minds and what they said:

100 Best Quotes from Brilliant Business Leaders [Infographic]

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You also can read those quotes more on Funding Circle.

100 Best Quotes from Brilliant Business Leaders [Infographic]

4th Cambodia Book Fair
Main entrance of 4th Cambodia Book Fair (Hun Yuthkun / AKP).
In an effort to participate in promoting book publishing and reading in Cambodia, the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts through the National Library of Cambodia are partnering with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, and the Cambodian Librarians and Documentalists Association, and the support from many other stakeholders including Sipar, Room to Read, SVA, IBBY, French Institute of Cambodia, HSL RUPP and PUC Library has annually organized the Cambodia Book Fair.


The 4th Cambodia Book Fair will take place on 11-13 December 2015 at the National Library of Cambodia with the theme of this year is “Read me today, succeed tomorrow”.

Purposes of the Fair
To raise awareness about availability of books in Khmer or other foreign languages, particularly books about Cambodia and children books.
  • To support Cambodian authors/writers and illustrators
  • To promote the publishing industry in Cambodia
  • To foster a passion for writing among the young generation
  • To nurture a love and a habit of reading among the Cambodian population across ages

SEE ALSO: Public Holidays in Cambodia 2016

Who should attend?
The book fair brings together the following groups of stakeholders in Cambodia:
  • Publishers/Book stores;
  • Organizations promoting literacy and education overall
  • Authors/writers/illustrators
  • Librarians/archivists/information specialists
  • Scholars/researchers/teachers
  • Students/parents/children
  • Government officials
  • General public
Will you join next year? Keep in touch with them on the official Facebook page!

Cambodia Book Fair 2015

Cambodia IASTSS Alumni Association (CIA) was established in 2009, which has 44 members (17 female members), who had joined "Leadership" training course from IATSS Forum in Japan. On April 25, 2015, CIA in cooperation with Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) will organize a special seminar "Leadership for Young ASEAN Leaders" at CJCC.
Leadership Seminar [Cambodia]

This seminar will be proceeded under the chairmanship:
  • Mrs. Lay Sotheany, President of CIA
  • Mr. Ishiduki Hiroshi, Executive Director of IATSS Forum, Japan
  • Mr. Keom Oeurn, Director of CJCC
  • Mr. Ban Toshio, Adviser of CJCC
  • Members of CIA
The main objective of this seminar is to share knowledge and experience in strengthening the leadership skills for young professional leaders in Cambodia. There are three guest speakers, who joined Leadership Training at IATSS Forum, Japan:
  • Mr. Hum Monivann, Executive Director, Mega Listing Plc
  • Mr. Iv Kimsour, CEO, Lotus Printing and Production House
  • Ms. Tith Theary, Business Development Manager, ANZ Royal Bank
Furthermore, this workshop also provides a special chance to participants to know how to apply for IATSS Forum in Japan as well.
Last, IATSS Forum is an international training institute which focuses on Leadership, established in 1985 by Mr. Honda Soichiro, Founder of Honda Company and His Excellency Mahathir Mohamad, Former Malaysian Prime Minister. It aims to bring out the best qualities in individuals who will become the future leaders in the ASEAN region. This program was introduced to Cambodia since 2000.

Leadership Seminar for Young Professionals in ASEAN Countries

Screen shot from WebChlaat's website
In today technology, the 21st century - era of Social Media and Cloud Computing - where we are living in connecting to one another thru ease of technology no matter where you stay, we can keep in touch each. To stay away from those internal or external cyber threats, we must learn how to stay safe online for those children and parents.

Seeing that Ezecom, Cambodia’s leading internet service provider, will soon launch WebChlaat - an online guide for children and their parents to help children enjoy the internet while staying safe from cyber bullying and inappropriate content, according to the company's news.

WebChlaat” or ‘WebSmart” is a seven tip guide prepared by Ezecom in association with leading child rights advocacy groups Friends International and ChildSafe, which recently certified Ezecom as Cambodia’s first ChildSafe company.

Ezecom will be running a live banner on the CEN website (http://www.cen.com.kh/) in the next weeks – providing daily internet safety tips and a link to the WebChlaat site at http://webchlaat.com/.

Among the safety tips for children: be smart when making online friends, be smart what you share on the internet and be smart about emails from strangers.

For parents the tips include: be smart and prepared to answer tough questions, be smart about anti-virus software and be smart about cyber bullying and its consequences.

“As a parent myself of course I want my children to enjoy the learning opportunities, entertainment and other resources that the internet offers. But its important that we help parents and children talk openly about some of the dangers that lurk out there on the internet, so that we can all benefit from the power of the internet without falling victim to the perils,” said Ezecom CEO Paul Blanche-Horgan.

The WebChlaat website underlines Ezecom’s long term commitment to supporting education and children’s rights.

The company’s staff was recently the first workforce to be certified as ‘Child Safe’ by Friends International and ChildSafe, meaning that staff have received training on being aware and alert to evidence of child abuse and how to respond appropriately.

ABOUT EZECOM

Ezecom was launched in 2007 and has since become one of the country’s leading suppliers of communication services. Ezecom offers fiber optic, WIMAX, VPN and various other internet-based and telecommunications solutions to companies and consumers across Cambodia. Recently Ezecom acquired fiber optic company Telcotech thus expanding its nationwide coverage to 99% of the country.

Friends International is a world renowned Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that works towards eradicating poverty by providing vocational education to marginalized children around the world. EZECOM provides internet for Friends International and their local NGO Mith Samlanh for the computer class room, giving children in need the chance to learn how to use computers.

ChildSafe is a world leader in child protection and awareness. EZECOM is proud to be a supporter of ChildSafe and to be able to call ourselves ChildSafe Citizens. In cooperation with Friends International and ChildSafe we have created WebChlaat.

Related Useful Resources You Have to Know:
- Free Security Check Ups by StaySafeOnline.org: Many computer security vendors offer free computer security checks for your computer. Please visit the above link to check your computer for known viruses, spyware, and more and discover if your computer is vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Cisco Cyberspace Action for Education Campaign provides resources about online safety for families and educators.
The Official Google Blog's security posts provide insights from Google employees into online safety with their products, technology and Google culture. The blog also offers helpful suggestions on how to make the most of your online experiences.
- Facebook Security TipsThere are hundreds of people working full time to help protect your account and keep scams off Facebook.
Intel in Education - For K-12 Educators has free education resources.
McAfee's 10-Step Internet Safety Plan for Your Family gives parents tips and tools on keeping their kids, tweens and teens safe and secure online.
Microsoft's Safer Online helps you create safer web experiences for yourself and others by offering the latest online safety tips and resources.
The PayPal Security Center teaches you how to remain safe while using PayPal's services.
Symantec - The Family Resource Center provides Internet safety tips, a family online safety guide and information on cyberbullying and cybercrime.
VISA - Learn the Facts helps consumers learn about various threats, how to spot them and what you can do to keep your information secure – online and off.
ESET- Securing Our eCity Resources: Securing Our eCity is an initiative of ESET, an IT security company that produces anti-virus, anti-spyware, and other anti-malware software.
National Information Security Center (Japan): The Japanese government has an international cybersecurity campaign to coincide with its Information Security Awareness Month in February. Through the campaign, Japan encourages international collaboration and domestic awareness of information security issues.

Let's Stay Safe Online from now on together! Do you have idea to add? Please drop your comment below.

Cambodia's First Stay-Safe-Online Guide for Children and Parents

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CEHv8 Class in Cambodia Poster
CEH v8 Poster
For the past several years, information technology security was not a big concern for Cambodian business owner and CEO but current situation has been changed fast due to increasing number of local hackers and some foreign hackers who used to hack the governments' websites and local companies. By seeing so, SUNRISE Institute became an authorized partner of EC-Council in Cambodia where will organize the "Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Version 8", the world most popular IT security course conducting in 5 days on 12-16 May, 2014 from 8am-5:30pm at CKCC with approximated price $1,700 (it just estimated price only in Cambodia but outside this country, I think it may cost about $2,500).

What You Will Learn:
This class will immerse the students into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack and secure their own systems. The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems. Students will begin by understanding how perimeter defenses work and then be lead into scanning and attacking their own networks, no real network is harmed. Students then learn how intruders escalate privileges and what steps can be taken to secure a system. Students will also learn about Intrusion Detection, Policy Creation, Social Engineering, DDoS Attacks, Buffer Overflows and Virus Creation. For more course outline, you can visit official EC-Council website.

EC-Council has globally trained more than 120,000 security professionals in 87 countries, and is a leading provider of IT Security certification and also actively engages and certify key government organizations and corporations worldwide.

Who Will Instruct You:
According to SUNRISE Institute's poster, the instructor will be from foreign country who has certified of CEH which recognized globally.

Who Will Attend this Course:
This course will significantly benefit security officers, auditors, security professionals, site administrators, and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure. Personally, I think there will be less student that can pay by their own fee based on the high price of the course for them to invest on learning. But I am sure that companies, especially from bank industries - where our money are kept, will send and pay for their staff to attend this very useful course.

What Benefits from the Course:
Individually, the participants who attended they will bring back to contribute to their employers and be security experts for improving our ICT, especially they have opportunity to apply for global certificate on The Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50.

Are you interested? If so, please contact SUNRISE Institute at: 023 997 282/ 016/099 997 282.

Note: This institute is also the first place that opens IT Governance course in IT Assurance & Security Audit for public.
I am not a promoter for the institute on this course, and I have shared it as for the good deeds in improving ICT in Cambodia ONLY.
Do You Know Who Is the First CEH Certified in Cambodia?
Before I had attended the IT Assurance & Security Audit class which lectured by Cambodian professional lecturer, I did not know the word "CEH" is, since then I started query who is the first Cambodian guy who got certified this world-top certificate. Finally, I found him a person who I often met as well. He, Mr. Yeng Sok, is the First Certified Ethical Hacker in Cambodia; I do appreciate his great earning the international certificate.

Don't let this opportunity go without you! And let's produce more human resources in Advanced IT level!

The First World-Top IT Security Class in Cambodia

video game, Trace Effects | credit: U.S Embassy in Cambodia
I am about to leave from my office, I have checked my Facebook profile, I see a news feed from an official Facebook page of  U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, Cambodia about video game "Trace Effects" in 3-D. It's a new online video game for learners of English produced by the U.S. Department of State. I think it's new thing that I have to keep it in my blog to share for my readers as well.

Trace Effects will complement students’ classroom English language instruction through interactive 3-D multimedia learning adventures.
 
I just create an account to play it today too. Do you think it's a good game for whom like playing 3D game?
Trace Effects game interface
Trace Effects game, first screen

After creating an account, you are logged in, then you can try by choosing the first chapter to play (There're 7 chapters).

If you are interested in, please visit: http://traceeffects.state.gov/, and check it out together!

A new online video game for English learners, Trace Effects

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) offers the Scholarships Program (Human Resource Development Scholarship: JDS) under the Grant Aid of Official Development Assistance (ODA) of the Government of Japan. The objective of JDS Program is to support human resource development of Cambodia, targeting highly capable, young government officials and others who are expected to engage in formulating and implementing social and economic development plans and become leaders after earning Master’s degree (English course) in Japan.

Introduction Seminar Information
Introduction Seminars on this Scholarship program will be held and to instruct how to fill the application forms and to provide other detailed information on the following dates and venues.
Sept 08 (Sat)
14:00-16:00
Phnom Penh
Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC)
Sept 15 (Sat)
14:00-16:00
Battambang
University of Battambang (Room: LH2)
Sept 16 (Sun)
09:00-11:00
Siem Reap
Prince d’ Angkor Hotel
Sept 22 (Sat)
09:00-11:00
Phnom Penh
Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC)

Study Component (Study Course)
Master Course in English:
1. Legal and Judicial Development
2. Improving Local and Central Administrative Functions
3. Developing Closer International Relationship between Asian Countries
4. Improving of Social and Economic Infrastructure
5. Promotion of Industry and Mining Development
6. Promotion of Economic Development
7. Agriculture and Rural Development
8. Support for the Education Sector
* Duration: 1 - 2 years course (depends on the accepting Universities) from August 2013

       Requirement
1.      Academic Background: University Graduate (Bachelor Holder)
2.      Age: Between the ages of 22 and 39 as of April 1, 2013
3.      Working Experience: At least 2 years of working experience as a full-time staff at the respective target organizations (Except Contract Staff)
4.      English Level: Advanced English language skills. TOEFL 500/ IELTS 5.5 is preferable. (Official score is NOT required upon the application)
5.      Health: Be in good mental and physical condition
Framework of JDS Program in the Kingdom of Cambodia
                                  
Applicaion Documents
Available at JICE JDS project office & JDS website:    http://jice.org/e/jds/index.htm
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For further information, please contact JICE JDS Project Office
Office address: Ground Floor of Hong Kong Center, Preah Sothearos, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023-217 944 / 012-681 611 (Available from Mon. to Fri., 8:30 to 12:00, 14:00 to 16:30)

Closing date of Application: October 24, 2012

Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Program 2013

 
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